KIMBALL ART CENTER STAFF




Executive Director


Managing Director


Artistic Director


Marketing & Events Director


Exhibitions Director


Development Director


Marketing & Communications Manager


Education Department Manager


Ceramics Studio Manager


Controller


Marketing & Volunteer Coordinator


A.R.T.S Tours Coordinator


Visitor Services


Visitor Services


Development & Membership Coordinator


Education & Exhibitions Coordinator


Art & Ceramics Studio Technician


Graphic Designer

BOARD MEMBERS

The Kimball Art Center is proud to have experienced and outstanding board members. Their hard work has guided the Kimball through the years and will continue to point the Kimball toward excellence.

Matt Mullin

Board Chair

Matt is a real estate professional with experience in residential and commercial development and sales. He came to Park City in 2002 from Vail, CO and fell in love immediately. Matt's interest in the arts came through his wife Maren, a gallery owner and art addict. Together, they support art exhibition and education whenever and wherever possible, but especially at the Kimball Art Center.

Danny Siegel

Real Estate

Daniel Siegel is the principal of Sage Creek Associates LLC, a founding principal and co-manager of Black River Partners, LLC. Mr. Siegel has over 30 years of experience in all facets of residential and commercial real estate development and has enjoyed a diverse and successful business career. After receiving his BA undergraduate degree from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Mr. Siegel received his law degree from the Seton Hall University School of Law. Mr. Siegel was also an adjunct professor at the Seton Hall University Stillman School of Business.

Dan Lemaitre

Treasurer

Dan is President and CEO of White Pine Medical, a medical device investment vehicle. White Pine Medical was part of an investor syndicate that acquired controlling interest in Smith & Nephews’ clinical therapies business. Mr. Lemaitre serves as Chairman of Bioventus which has revenue in excess of $240 million and more than 600 employees worldwide. Past board memberships include Emerson Hospital (Concord, MA) and Lawrence Academy (Groton, MA). Originally from Woodbury, Connecticut, Dan is married to Sarah Tueting and resides in Park City, Utah.


Maggie Hughey AbuHaidar

Maggie was raised on the beach in Margate, New Jersey, where her mother spent countless hours drawing with her. After studying English at Dartmouth and law at Duke, she worked as an Assistant United States Attorney for 11 years. Now, she spends time drawing with her three budding artists, and encouraging others to pursue their artistic endeavors through her support of the KAC.


Matthew Campbell

Matt Campbell, is the President and co-founder of DiNapoli Capital Partners, where he is responsible for overseeing acquisitions, dispositions and capital markets activities across the firm’s four investment platforms, hotels, apartments, office and senior housing. In this capacity, Matt has participated in over $3 billion of commercial real estate transactions since the firm’s inception in 2005. Matt holds an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he was a Dean’s Scholar and President of the Anderson Real Estate Association. He completed his undergraduate education at the University of Notre Dame where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration and was a member of the Notre Dame ski team. Matt lives in Park City where he is on the Board at the Kimball Art Center and engages in a wide variety of recreational pursuits. He is a multiple time Ironman finisher and has participated in three off-road triathlon world championships. He is the proud father of two sons, aged 8 and 6.


Laurie Eastwood

A native of Utah, Laurie met her husband Tom at the University of Utah. Their married life coupled with a sense of adventure meant living, working and playing in 11 cities throughout the nation for over 36 years with their two now grown children. For the last 10 ½ years they have called the beautiful mountains of Park City home. Eighteen years ago, out of an abiding love and appreciation for art and the creative process, Laurie created art and a company that sold her prints throughout the world.

She is the former Chair and a current member of the Kimball Art Center Board in Park City and former Chair of the Red Butte Garden Advisory Board on the University of Utah campus. Laurie embraces each day with an insatiable curiosity, a celebration of life and a commitment to community. She is a devoted grandma and an enthusiastic hiker, cyclist, skier and occasional triathlete.


Jenny Samuelson

Jenny Samuelson's passion for art is longstanding, having worked at a fine art auction house during college and earning a B.A. in Art History from the University of California, Berkeley. After living in Europe for two years post-graduation, she went on to earn a J.D. from UCLA School of Law, clerked for an 11th Circuit district judge and became a commercial real estate attorney. Art, however, was never far from her mind. She ultimately left the practice of law and began working for a contemporary art curator. She now channels her love for art by adding pieces to her personal collection and selecting interesting works for clients through her interior design business. She is thrilled and honored to be a part of Kimball Art Center's growth and hopes to expose more people, children in particular, to the beautiful world of art.


Jonathan Snavely

Jon is a native of Pennsylvania who moved to Utah after college in 1998 during his service in the U.S. Air Force as an engineer. Since leaving the military in 2003, Jon has focused his career on meeting the fundraising communications challenges of educational and healthcare organizations engaged in comprehensive fundraising campaigns. Jon is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. He and his wife Leslie have called Park City home since 2005 and are the proud parents of two young children.


Michael Morris

Michael joined Zions Bancorporation in 2007, where he began in the role of Managing Director, Real Estate Capital Markets. In 2009, he transitioned to EVP of Real Estate Banking, Zions First National Bank. In August, 2013, he assumed the role of CCO, Bancorporation. Prior to joining Zions Bancorporation he was Managing Director for JP Morgan Real Estate, Executive Vice President for Bank One, and Senior Vice President for First Interstate Bank of California. Michael received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah, and attended the Grazadio Graduate School of Business at Pepperdine University. He serves on the board of the Kimball Art Center, Ballet West and the Fisher Center for Real Estate, California Berkeley.


Janet Massimino

Janet and her husband moved to Park City in 1999. Since that time they have become involved with various non-profits as patrons as well as taking on the responsibility of board service. They believe it is the best way to serve one’s community and become intimately aware of its needs.


Joanne Shiebler

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