Ten Chimneys president chosen for prestigious program
Sean Malone, the president of the Ten Chimneys Foundation, which owns and operates the historic Lunt-Fontanne estate in Genesee Depot, has been chosen to participate in a prestigious two-year national chief executive program for arts administrators. He joins executives from the American Ballet Theatre, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Norman Rockwell Museum and other organizations in the exercise.
Participants will attend three four-day conferences that address the financial and cultural challenges facing arts groups and their administrators. The Harvard, University of Michigan and University of Texas-Austin business schools are collaborating on the program.
Malone began working at Ten Chimneys in 1996 while completing his MBA from UW-Madison. He was named first vice president of the foundation two years later, and became president in 2002.
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