COLUMBUS, OH.- The Columbus Museum of Art
announced Sarah J. Rogers will be joining CMA May 1 as the Deputy Director of Institutional Advancement. Rogers will oversee CMAs Development and Marketing and Communications departments. Her focus will be developing strategies to ensure the Museums continued sustainability and visibility.
The Board is very pleased that Sarah is joining the Museum, said Columbus Museum of Art Board President John C. Vorys. Her talents and experience make her an anchor for an already strong leadership team.
Im excited to welcome Sarah back to the visual arts, said CMAs Executive Nannette V. Maciejunes. I have incredible respect for the rare and extraordinary combination of skills and experience she brings to the Museum and look forward to her joining the CMA family.
Rogers has served as the Vice President of Advancement and Communications for CAPA, the Columbus Association for the Performing Arts, since 2008. While at CAPA, she was responsible for raising $3 million in contributed annual funds, grants and sponsorships annually for CAPA, Lincoln Theatre, CATCO, Phoenix Theatre for Children, Festival Latino, Broadway Across America in Columbus and Drexel Theatre.
Her work supported the completion of the Lincoln Theatres $13 million capital campaign and the $10 million capital campaign CAPA launched for their New Haven theatres.
Sarah has been an outstanding member of the CAPA team, leading the development and fundraising efforts with passion, professionalism, and enthusiasm, stated CAPA Board Chair Michael Petrecca. She will definitely be missed, but we wish her and CMA the best in their new journey together. Michael Petrecca is also the Treasurer of the CMA Board of Trustees.
Sarah Rogers has been a consummate professional and integral part of the success of CAPA during her tenure with us, stated Bill Conner, President & CEO of CAPA. Her diligence, tenacity, dedication, and compassion have made her a pleasure to work with, and I am confident she will be of great service to CMA.
Prior to joining CAPA, she was the Vice President of the Experience at COSI Columbus and was a key member of the senior management team responsible for strategic planning and daily operations of the nationally recognized science center.
Rogers was also the Director of Exhibitions for the Wexner Center for the Arts from 1989 to 2000 where her duties included the development and implementation of their internationally recognized visual arts program.