The Roswell Arts Fund has announced that after a three-month national search, it has selected an individual with more than 10 years of experience leading non-profit organizations as its new executive director.
Ghila Sanders “brings a strong visionary and passionate leadership to strengthen and expand collaborative relationships with constituents, donors, and community and business partners,” the Arts Fund said. “She will lead our development efforts including identifying key foundations and grants whose areas of interest align with Roswell Arts Fund.”
Sanders is a graduate of La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy, and completed her master’s in business administration degree at Georgia State University. She was one of three finalists out of 45 people who applied for the job. The Roswell Arts Fund is a 501c3 nonprofit that works with the city of Roswell as its designated arts agency.
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