Zucker comes to the Foundation after nearly a decade as a development specialist for the Renown Health Foundation.
“I feel as though the leaders and volunteers of the past have placed us in a great position to take a major step in our growth as our community arts agency,” Zucker said. “I hope you take great pride in your association. I am excited to be involved in the bright future of SAF.”
Zucker will lead the Foundation, which offers seven programs that provide educational opportunities for students in area schools, training for artists pursuing a fine art career path and a gallery with rotating exhibitions.
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