Leadership Arts Institute, a program of Business Council for the Arts, was founded to develop successive generations of advocates and nonprofit board members dedicated to advancement of arts and culture in North Texas. Leadership Arts enables leaders to learn more about arts and culture organizations in North Texas and the challenges they face as they deal with the economic, political, and artistic realities of today.
“We are thrilled for Amanda and Eric on their appointment to the Leadership Arts Institute,” said Ruth Farrar, Sendero COO. “Both have already shown strong commitment to bettering Dallas through their respective community involvement, and we are excited to see how they grow as business leaders for our cultural institutions through this prestigious program.”
Amanda is a committee member with Our Friends Place and volunteers with the Junior League of Dallas and the Lakewood Service League. She brings over 15 years of management consulting experience to Sendero.
Eric is an active volunteer with numerous organizations in the greater Dallas area, including serving as the Fund Development Chair and a Board Member of Chase’s Place. He was recently selected as a recipient of the 2018 Community First Award from the Parkland Foundation, which recognizes exceptional young civic-minded leaders. He brings over 15 years of management consulting experience to Sendero.
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