Incoming board member Anne Grausam

Anne Grausam is a lifelong music aficionado, is an amateur harpsichordist, and has been a subscriber for more than 25 years. She previously served on LACO’s board from 2004-2006 and has been a vital member of our emeritus board actively serving on the development, nominating & governance and gala committees.

In addition to her LACO institutional knowledge, Anne brings a great network from the Southern California non-profit community. Previously co-chair of the Dance Council at the Colburn School, she now serves as one of the Colburn Society Advisors. Her professional positions have included service as the Public Affairs Officer of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Director of Development at The Buckley School, Executive Director of the Valley Presbyterian Hospital Foundation, and development consultant at the Colburn School. She has also served on the boards of directors of Musica Angelica and Campbell Hall School, and as a member of the vestry of St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. Anne has held various volunteer fundraising positions at Marlborough and Harvard-Westlake schools, Northwestern and Harvard/Radcliffe universities, and All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills.

She is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

The nominating & governance committee voted in June to nominate Anne to the LACO board. We are certain that she will be a valuable addition, and we welcome her renewed presence as we enter the Jaime era.

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