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Bellevue Arts Museum Elects 8 New Members to its Board of Trustees
BELLEVUE, WA.- Bellevue Arts Museum announces the election of eight new members to its Board of Trustees in 2009. Seven members are re-elected to new terms. The BAM board is now comprised of 28 members with a diverse mix of business leaders, community volunteers and artists – all dedicated to continue to foster the Museum’s mission as the Pacific Northwest’s center for the exploration of art, craft and design.

The eight new board members, elected to a three-year term, are:

Donna Barnett: Attorney, Perkins Coie
Sabrina Knowles: Artist
Donna Lutkewitte: CPA, Norris Lutkewitte PLLC
Martha Monfried: Director of Corporate Communications, Puget Sound Energy
Steve Peterson: CFO, GLY Construction
Jenny Pohlman: Artist
Samuel H. Smith: President Emeritus, Washington State University
Susan Teel: Attorney, Estate Planning

The seven board members who have been re-elected to 3-year terms are:

Carol Auerbach: Community Volunteer
Al Berger: Community Volunteer
Alexandra Muse Ehrlich: Community Volunteer
John Hepler: Director, Tiffany & Co. Bellevue
Valerie Piha: Community Volunteer
Kevin Schemm: Senior Vice President, North America Sales, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Angela Sutter: Vice President, Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC

“I’m excited to welcome new members to our board, and I’d like to thank those who have renewed their commitment to the Museum,” says Susan Edelheit, President of the Board of Trustees. “We look forward to the expertise and passion that each of them bring to the Museum. Together we will continue to increase the community's access to exciting contemporary and traditional art, craft and design through exhibits, artist demonstrations and other educational programs.”

Bellevue Arts Museum | Board of Trustees | Susan Edelheit |

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