CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Dec. 4, 2017) – The Arts & Science Council (ASC) has announced Kathryn Miller as its Vice President of Development. Miller comes to ASC from McColl Center for Art + Innovation where she served as Director of Development. Prior to joining the McColl Center, she was Director of Information Strategy + Donor Relations at The Mint Museum and the Director of Membership Services at The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce. She began at ASC November 28.
Miller oversees the planning and execution of all contributed revenue activities and resources for ASC, a
nonprofit with an annual $16 million budget combining dollars from public and private resources, including earnings from its endowment. She is responsible for all private sector fund raising and promotional activities needed to successfully reach annual corporate, workplace and individual giving goals.
“Kathryn’s knowledge, strategic thinking and experience in building relationships and generating revenue make her a perfect fit for ASC and our work to support the cultural community,” said Toni Freeman, executive vice president of Community Engagement for ASC. “I am thrilled to have her join our team.”
Miller earned a B.A. in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Printmaking from UNC Asheville.
ASC seeks to ensure all residents and visitors have access to a vibrant, excellent and sustainable cultural community in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region by being the chief advocate, resource hub and steward for arts and culture. ASC works to ensure Culture For All by combining resources from local and state government with those of the private sector to maximize community impact throughout the cultural sector.
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Krista Terrell, APR