Roswell, GA – The Board of Directors of Roswell Arts Fund is proud to announce that in September 2019, Ghila Sanders was named Executive Director of the Roswell Arts Fund.
Ghila joins Roswell Arts Fund with more than 10 years of non-profit leadership experience, and an extensive history of community service and involvement. Ghila is a graduate of La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy and completed her master’s degree in Business Administration at Georgia State University.
Building on the success of our first four years, Ghila brings a strong visionary and passionate leadership to strengthen and expand collaborative relationships with constituents, donors, and community and business partners. She will lead our development efforts including identifying key foundations and grants whose areas of interest align with Roswell Arts Fund.
Roswell Arts Fund conducted a three-month national search for an Executive Director. The selection committee identified three finalists from over forty-five applications. In addition to extensive interviews with Roswell Arts Fund Board Members, these three finalists met with key stakeholders in the City of Roswell as well as delivered two presentations. This was a very rigorous process to ensure the best decision was made to guide the future of Roswell Arts Fund.
“Roswell Arts Fund is entering a new chapter in our history. Ghila brings the experience, talent, passion, and energy to extend and strengthen our local and regional reach and impact”, says Rochelle Mucha, Founder of Roswell Arts Fund.
Paired with a blend of expertise in operations leadership and strategic planning, and extensive experience directing process improvement, operations management and team leadership in cultural institutions, Ghila brings a deep passion for community engagement and creative placemaking to Roswell Arts Fund. She is focused on making the City of Roswell a destination for the arts, and demonstrating how strategically the arts strengthen economic and social prosperity.
PRESS RELEASE 11.12.2019