"Fear is useless. What is needed is trust. As social innovators we've got to be tenacious, gritty, and courageous. We deal with cynicism and rejection, especially when what we're working on is important. So we can never give up. Ever." (Jim Ziolkowski)
CEO, Louisville Public Warehouse (America Place)
Executive Vice President, Louisville Public Warehouse (America Place)
Retired, Former Head of School of West End School and Kentucky Country Day School
President, River Ridge Commerce Center (appointed by the Clark County Commissioners)
Former president of the Louisville Ballet, served on the Executive Boards of the Kentucky Arts and Craft Foundation and the Louisville Visual Art Association. Co-chaired the Capital Campaign of the Pediatric Convalescent Center for the Home of the Innocents Children’s Village, chaired fundraising efforts for the Louisville Science Museum, Midway College and Kentucky Country Day School. Is a devoted patron of Louisville’s Speed Art Museum and serves on their national board. She is involved with the West End School, a boarding school for Louisville’s at-risk male youth.
Served as vice-president of the Palm Beach County Cultural Council, currently a board member of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and is deeply engaged in the Center for Creative Education, an organization that provides in-school, after-school and in-house integrated arts programming. Serves on the Executive Board of the Norton Museum of Art, and is chairman on the museum’s Community Engagement/Education Advocacy committee. As creator and chairman of the Norton’s 21st Century Society, she has encouraged donations of outstanding art, collecting over 150 works for the museum in less than two years.