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Timms Appointed Executive Director of 92Y

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Apr 29, 2014
New York, NY
NYM

92nd Street Y announced last week the appointment of Henry Timms as its new executive director; Timms previously served as the organization’s deputy executive director for innovation, strategy and content and interim executive director.  During his time at 92Y, Timms has spearheaded efforts to reimagine the role of the traditional community and cultural center, using innovative programming and new technology to share 92Y’s programs and values both locally and globally.

"Our search for our new executive director was far-reaching and comprehensive,” said Stuart J. Ellman, president of the 92Y board of directors, “and we were fortunate to have had such a strong internal candidate in Henry. The board voted unanimously to select Henry, both for his remarkable achievements and leadership to date, and as someone from whom we believe the best is yet to come. We expect that Henry will take 92Y from strength to strength as his leadership builds upon our legacy of innovation and outreach.”

“I am deeply honored to serve as 92Y’s new executive director,” Timms said. “This organization has a superb board and a stellar staff; it’s a team that is committed to serving every member of our community more fully and to thinking big about how we can increase our impact.  This is a remarkable organization full of both creativity and compassion, and I’m proud to be a part of it.”

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About 92nd Street Y School of the Arts
The 92nd Street Y School of the Arts is dedicated to producing quality programs in Visual Arts, Music, Dance and Educational Outreach that foster both creative and responsive engagement to challenge the mind and body. Implicit within its mission is a commitment to excellence which guarantees that all individuals, regardless of background, are served with the highest professional standards  It supports the Y’s mission as a Jewish institution by offering classes, workshops, performances and exhibitions that cultivate knowledge of Jewish heritage and Jewish values through the arts. The School of the Arts serves a broad based constituency – from young children to senior adults and from budding amateurs to professional artists. At all levels, instruction focuses on teaching specific skills, as well as cultivating an informed appreciation of the arts. The faculty is comprised of highly trained, professionally active artists/teachers who are devoted to sharing their knowledge and craft with students at all stages of artistic development in a nurturing and supportive environment.

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