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Cincinnati Art Museum Announces Board Officers and New Trustees for 2022–2023

10/17/2022 12:00:00 AM

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CINCINNATI — OCTOBER 17, 2022 — The Cincinnati Art Museum is pleased to announce the election of its Board Officers and of eight new Trustees for its 2022-23 fiscal year (September 1, 2022 – August 31, 2023).

Continuing in their Officer roles are President Rance G. Duke, retired, Fort Washington Investment Advisors, Inc.; Chair of the Board Amy L. Hanson, CEO of Amy Hanson Advisory Services LLC; Vice President Bruce Petrie, Jr., Senior Partner at Graydon; Treasurer Andrew B. Quinn, retired, ILSCO Corp; and Secretary Dr. Anu M. Mitra, Professor, Union Institute & University and museum docent.

Eight new Trustees will serve their first term from 2022–2025: Julie Bristow, Valerio Ferme, Samuel P. Huttenbauer III, Ann Keeling, Josh Lorentz, Eric Mueller, Katrina Mundy and Peter Niehoff.

Julie Bristow has previously volunteered at Summit Country Day and St. Xavier High School, serving on the Summit Country Day School Board of Trustees for six years and serving on the Board of the Karen Wellington Foundation for six years. She serves on the Board of Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati and is mentoring college-bound students.

Valerio Ferme, PhD, is the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, providing oversight and strategic direction for the University of Cincinnati’s more than 46,000 students, 6,000 faculty and 13 academic colleges; the Graduate School; UC Online; and a collection of state-of-the-art university libraries.

Samuel P. Huttenbauer III is owner of Omega Natural Enterprises, a portfolio company that develops camelina-based products for humans and animals; owner of Excel Supplements, an equine, canine and livestock nutritional company; owner of NatrixOne, a canine health and wellbeing company; and co-owner of Camelina Company España – producer of camelina seeds and oil.

Ann Keeling is President of marketing communications firm, Cristofoli-Keeling, Inc. Keeling has been recognized with a long list of accolades, including one of the Top Women in Advertising, Marketing and PR for two years by Women’s Business Cincinnati and one of 15 “Women to Watch” by the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Josh Lorentz serves as the Chair of Dinsmore & Shohl’s Intellectual Property department, helping companies make intelligent decisions about their intellectual property rights and protect the ultimate value of their business. His work spans a variety of technologies, including chemical/materials, electrical engineering and computer arts.

Eric Mueller currently serves as President of Montgomery Cyclery, Inc., which consists of six retail locations as well as Benchmark Outfitters. Mueller has maintained an active involvement in various philanthropic endeavors since 2002, primarily serving as a trustee of the James J. and Joan A. Gardner Family Foundation.

Katrina Mundy served as President of the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Volunteer Advisory Council (VAC) from 2019 through 2021 and has been a longtime volunteer of the institution. She has dedicated much of her time to the Donald P. Sowell Committee, Women’s Committee and the Duveneck Association.

Peter Niehoff teaches film and television history at the University of Cincinnati. He is active in the Cincinnati community, sitting on several boards. Niehoff is co-chair of the Springer School and Center’s capital campaign, where he is an alumni and Board member. He is also a member of the UC Health Foundation Board and sits on UC’s College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Advisory Board.


About the Cincinnati Art Museum

The Cincinnati Art Museum is supported by the generosity of individuals and businesses that give annually to ArtsWave. The Ohio Arts Council helps fund the Cincinnati Art Museum with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. The Cincinnati Art Museum gratefully acknowledges operating support from the City of Cincinnati, as well as our members.

Free general admission to the Cincinnati Art Museum is made possible by a gift from the Rosenthal Family Foundation. Special exhibition pricing may vary. Parking at the Cincinnati Art Museum is free.

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