The Palm Beach front Symphony ended the 2020-21 time with the election of two new board officers and two new board users.
Peter M. Gottsegen, a stalwart supporter of the arts, was elected chairman of the board at the May possibly meeting.
Gottsegen, of Palm Beach front, was a common husband or wife of Salomon Brothers from 1978 until finally he left in 1987 to co-discovered CAI Private Fairness, the place he served as controlling partner right until his retirement in 2014.
He now serves as vice-chairman of the Chamber New music Culture of Palm Beach front and previously served as chairman of the Caramoor Middle for Songs and the Arts as a director of the Toronto Symphony and as a director of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s in New York City.
He is vice chairman of the Milbank Memorial Fund, a foundation centered on populace health, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
He is a graduate of Georgetown University and received a master’s in company administration from the Wharton School of the College of Pennsylvania.
“Music Director Gerard Schwarz is a longtime friend, and CEO David McClymont and his crew have done an awesome occupation during a historically hard time for the arts,” Gottesgen stated.
“I’m psyched to continue on the outreach that has expanded the symphony’s audience, specifically its advancement of youthful audiences, which incorporates its numerous new music education plans that introduce college age young children to orchestral audio.”
Gottsegen will serve two 3-12 months conditions.
Manley Thaler was recently elected as board secretary.
Returning as board officers are James Borynack, who was re-elected as vice-chairman, and John Herrick, who retains his function as treasurer.
New board users are Todd Dahlstrom and Felicia Taylor.
Dahlstrom serves as vice president and senior small business advancement officer for South Florida for PNC Prosperity Administration, which is a company sponsor of the symphony.
In January, he was named board chairman of Youthful Mates of Palm Seaside Symphony in addition to his position on the symphony’s growth committee and as chair of the Swings for Strings Golf Tournament.
A member of the Palm Beach front Hedge Fund Affiliation, Dahlstrom acquired a master’s degree in finance from the Kelley College of Business enterprise at Indiana University and a bachelor’s diploma in English from North Park University in Chicago.
Taylor, a 5-time Emmy nominee with 25 a long time of expertise in broadcast journalism, served as an on- and off-air anchor, correspondent, communicate clearly show host and producer for global business enterprise and finance with important media outlets like CNN, CNBC and Economic Occasions Tv set.
Her present undertaking is as executive producer of “The Holy Goats,” a documentary movie chronicling the social impression of climate change in Senegal.
She serves as honorary chairwoman of Mary Rubloff Harmony Home as a member of the board of advisors for The Brooklyn Museum as an advisory committee member for the Hope for Melancholy Investigation Fund and as president of the Taylor Foundation, her family’s charitable foundation.
She gained a bachelor’s degree in communications from Northwestern College.
Dahlstrom and Taylor be a part of returning associates Paul Goldner, Carol Hays, Y. Michele Kang, Gary Lachman and Don Thompson on the board.
The symphony’s 2021-22 time launches Nov. 7 at the Kravis Middle.