We are grateful to the entire board for their collective wisdom and leadership which will greatly benefit Wolf Trap as we pursue our goals for the coming year.
Vienna, VA (Vocus) February 18, 2010
The Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is proud to announce 13 new members who will be joining the 2010-2011 Foundation Board of Directors and five new members elected to its Associates Board of Directors. Gary H. Tabach, Southeast Regional Managing Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP, is the newly elected chairman of the Wolf Trap Foundation Board of Directors and Lester L. Lyles, Retired General of the United States Air Force, has been elected vice chairman and secretary.
New members of Wolf Trap Foundation Board of Directors committed to serve and support the organization’s mission, goals, and financial stability include:
- Enish Asrese, president, LeRan, Inc.
- James C. Cleveland, former president of Mobil Land Development Corp, Virginia Region
- Ric Edelman, chairman and CEO, Edelman Financial Services LLC
- Amr ElSawy, president and CEO, Noblis
- Gil Guarino, executive vice president, Transformation Solutions Business Group at CACI, Inc.
- Jon Jarvis, director, National Park Service
- Thomas Minnick, president, National Counseling Group, Inc.
- Dean Morehouse, owner and CEO, MTM Builder/Developer, Inc.
- Chris Nassetta, president and CEO, Hilton Worldwide
- Sean O’Keefe, CEO, EADS North America
- Horacio Rozanski, executive vice president, Booz Allen Hamilton
- Mari Snyder, vice president, Social Responsibility & Community Engagement, Marriott International, Inc.
- Bruce Wardinski, president and CEO, Barcelo Crestline
Returning Associates Board members who will be serving in officer positions include James C. Cleveland, former president of Mobil Land Development Corp, Virginia Region as chairman, Gerald L. Miller, PE, senior advisor at Office of the Chief of Naval Operations as vice chairman, and Mary Jo H. Robinson, director of government affairs at the Population Association of America, Association of Population Centers, as secretary.
Newly elected members to the Wolf Trap Associates Board of Directors include:
- Beth Buehlmann, education policy director; U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions
- Herb Engert, Mid-Atlantic Strategic Growth Markets Leader, Ernst & Young
- Yuctan Hodge, manager, Strategic Planning; General Dynamics
- Emily Holubowich, Vice President; Cavarocchi Ruscio Dennis Associates, LLC
- Jim Lewis, attorney; Rees Broome, PC
“We are pleased to welcome the new members of our Foundation Board and Associates Board of Directors. These dedicated community leaders will further Wolf Trap’s growth and success through their support of our mission as a national leader in performance and arts education,” said Terrence D. Jones, President and CEO of the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, and member of the Foundation Board of Directors. “We are grateful to the entire board for their collective wisdom and leadership which will greatly benefit Wolf Trap as we pursue our goals for the coming year.”
Wolf Trap’s emeriti directors are Mary Frances Pearson, Elizabeth Taylor, Earle C. Williams, and the Honorable Norman Y. Mineta. Additional officers are Ann McPherson McKee, senior vice president, Performing Arts and Education, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts; Beth C. Brummel, vice president for External Affairs, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts; and Stephen D. Kahn, Esq., General Counsel.
About the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts
The Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is a non-profit organization founded by Catherine Filene Shouse (1896-1994) that produces and presents a full-range of performance and education programs in the Greater Washington area, as well as nationally and internationally. Wolf Trap is home to three performance venues, the Filene Center—America’s National Park for the Performing Arts, The Barns and Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods. The Filene Center, which operates in partnership with the National Park Service, is a 7,028-seat outdoor pavilion that showcases an extensive list of diverse artists, ranging from pop, country, folk and blues to orchestra, dance, theater and opera, as well as multimedia presentations from May through September each year; The Barns operate year round. The Wolf Trap Opera Company is one of America’s outstanding resident ensemble programs for young opera singers. Wolf Trap’s education programs include the nationally acclaimed Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts, scholarships, master classes, and internships. Visit the Wolf Trap Web site at http://www.wolftrap.org for more information. Terrence D. Jones is president and CEO of the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.