November 1, 2013
DecadesOut, a New York-based nonprofit arts organization dedicated to raising public awareness of the impact and social relevancy that science has on the arts, culture and human expression, today announced one incoming member to its Board of Directors and two incoming members to its Advisory Board.
The new incoming Board Member is Patrick Sullivan, independent film producer and Director of Studio Services at mcgarrybowen. The incoming Advisory Board Members are BioArtist Joana Ricou and writer/director/producer Whitney Hamilton.
DecadesOut Board of Directors and Advisory Board work with DecadesOut Executive Director Frank Kuzler to move the organization forward and support its mission. The Board meets three to four times a year to hear and provide counsel to Kuzler's vision and strategy. The Advisory Board is positioned to support and offer its resources when called upon by the Board and/or Kuzler.
“I am thrilled to be adding three such wonderful people to our board of directors and advisory board. Each brings to our group not only their passion as visual artists and filmmakers dedicated to our mission, but also valuable experience that will help on an organizational level”, says Executive Director Frank Kuzler.
In addition to the new members, DecadesOut is comprised of an amazing, creatively diverse roster of the creative industry’s most brilliant and influential people, including: Jan Rozenveld, Managing Director at the Ace Hotel, Sue Torres, renown chef at Tierra (Westport, CT), Jennifer Larkin Kuzler, Director of Awards Programs for the ADC Global Awards & Club, and Darren Campo, television producer and executive, author, and NYU professor.
The board’s varied expertise ensures that DecadesOut fulfills its mission, and they contribute their wisdom, resources and networks in the effort to allow DecadesOut to shine and create inspiring work and lasting artistic collaborations.