The CAM catalysts seek to advance the museum through service, philanthropy, and to provide leadership and direction for museum programs specifically geared toward engaging and building an audience within Greater Cincinnati’s thriving population of individuals and families 40 and under.
President: Megan Selnick Hubbell, Cleveland Cliffs
Vice President: Rachael Magowan, Mariner Wealth Advisors
Kelsey Bahl, Community Volunteer
Geoff Byrne, The Gibbs Firm
David Christian, Johnson Family Office Services
Liz Dohrmann, Curio Science, A Vaniam Group Company
Emily Easley, Interiors Cincinnati
Nicholas Gonzales, Kroger
Juan Hollomon, Fifth Third Bank
Haleigh Hopkins, BakerHostetler
Natalie Leonard, University of Cincinnati Medical Center
Danielle Losos, REDI
Esther Mast Byrne, Kroger
Sonya McNamara, Community Volunteer
Sam Shannon, TQL
Vaughn Smith, Hindman Auctions
Michelle Steven, Truepoint Wealth Counsel
Jay Takach, Evolo Design
Litany Webster, Kroger
Kristin Willmann, Barefoot Proximity
To receive more information about becoming a CAM Catalyst Board Member and more information about future CAM Catalyst events, please contact Molly Milano-Rifkind at [email protected] or 513-639-2962.
A Happening | June 2021
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A Happening Day of Giving
A Happening: Day of Giving took place on Thursday, August 27. The 24-hour virtual fundraiser replaced the in-person A Happening event which was cancelled due to COVD-19. The CAM Catalysts, lead by event chair, Sarah Lautar, created a timeline of giving opportunities to encourage web donations throughout the day. Geoff Byrne led the corporate committee in soliciting sponsors to provide matching dollars, incentive prizes, and general fundraising dollars to begin the day with a strong start.
Sponsors for this 24-hour event included a $5,000 Sponsorship from Dewey’s Pizza and three $1,000 sponsorships from Truepoint, Human Nature Inc., and Richter & Phillips.
The itinerary for the 24-hour virtual fundraiser was posted on a CAM event page dedicated to A Happening: Day of Giving. Each hour posts highlighted the special giving opportunity. Throughout the day videos created by CAM Catalysts were shared to encourage giving. Funds were raised using the MobileCause event page platform.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is supported by the generosity of tens of thousands of contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign, the region's primary source for arts funding.
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