Lori has executed development and program strategy for contemporary art and civic organizations for nearly ten years. Currently, she is Senior Manager, Corporate Development at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation, where she is responsible for a dedicated sponsorship portfolio across focused categories including fashion, tech, e-commerce and wellness. This work supports exhibitions, educational and conservation programming, and special events at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, as well as other selected programs and initiatives at the museum’s international partners and affiliates.
Lori joined the Guggenheim in November 2018 after two years as Partnerships Manager at the Times Square Alliance, where she helped manage philanthropic and corporate partnerships for large-scale marquee events and cultural programs. Scope included the official New Year’s Eve celebrations, Solstice in Times Square, and Times Square Arts, a public art program that presents multidisciplinary work by contemporary artists throughout the iconic neighborhood.
Previously, Lori worked with the national nonprofit Artadia to advance the growth of its curator-driven artist grants and programs serving the cities Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco. Lori has also worked to advance a myriad of cultural programs through roles with BRIC, Creative Time, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Spaceworks NYC, and The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. She holds a MA in Visual Arts administration from New York University and a BA in Art from Central Connecticut State University.
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