Laura Zucker recently joined the board of the Music Man Foundation, bringing her philanthropic and arts experience to a foundation that approves grants totaling up to $3 million annually. The foundation supports arts and music education to improve children's lives, granting organizations ranging from hospitals, arts advocacy groups, and in-school service providers.
Zucker is a current senior associate at AEA Consulting and senior fellow in Claremont Graduate University's Masters in Arts Management Program. She served for 25 years as the executive director of Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture and spent seven years on the board of Grantmakers in the Arts. She was also a founding board member of Los Angeles regional advocacy organization, Arts for LA, which created an annual fellowship in her honor, the Laura Zucker Cultural Policy Fellowship.
Al Pivo, Vice President of The Music Man Foundation, shares, “Laura’s experience launching inclusive arts education programs and initiatives which advocate for cultural equity will serve us as we extend Meredith Willson’s contribution to the field of music through impactful and cost-efficient programs in our community.”
Published: July 29, 2019