The Warhol’s Board of Directors is composed of local, regional, and national professionals who lend their expertise to the museum’s continued success. The board’s function is to advise the director, raise funds to support major museum initiatives and exhibitions, and recruit new board members to continue the museum’s mission.
Creative Director, Family Affair
Freddy Anzures is the creative director for Family Affair, a gallery/atelier in San Francisco that focuses on the best in music-related art, design, photography, and ephemera. Anzures was on the original design team for the iPhone as well as Mac OS X.
Master Clothier, Samuel Baron Clothiers
Amy Brourman is a master clothier at Samuel Baron Clothiers, which provides custom-made clothing to clients nationwide. Brourman has more than twenty years of experience in the retail and fashion industry and has worked with Astor & Black, Bill Blass, and Macy’s.
Owner, Stephen Casey Architects
Stephen Casey founded Stephen Casey Architects, an architectural company that focuses on residential and commercial design, restoration and renovation, and construction projects throughout the Pittsburgh Area.
Michele Fabrizi, Vice Chair
President and CEO, MARC USA
Michele Fabrizi is the board chair and term trustee for The Warhol and the president and CEO of MARC USA, a national advertising and integrated marketing communications group. Fabrizi also serves on the Carnegie Museums executive committee as The Warhol representative.
Milton Fine, Emeritus
Founder and Chairman, FFC Capital Corporation
Milton Fine is the chairman of FFC Capital Corporation, an investment management firm. He and his wife, Sheila, also head The Fine Foundation, which endowed The Warhol’s Milton Fine Curator of Art position. Together they have six children and fifteen grandchildren.
Vincent P. Fremont, Emeritus
President, Vincent Fremont Enterprises
Vincent Fremont is CEO of ARTnews and president of Vincent Fremont Enterprises. He is the exclusive agent for Warhol’s estate and served as the vice president of Andy Warhol Enterprises for many years, helping Warhol produce television and film projects.
Toto Fisher, Honorary
Life Trustee, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Toto Fisher is a life trustee for the Carnegie Museums as well as an emeritus member of the Carnegie Museum of Art’s board and chair of the nominating and governance committees. She is also an honorary co-chair for Carnegie Science Center’s SPARK! campaign.
Paul J. Gitnik & Associates
Paul Gitnik is of counsel at Vuono & Gray, LLC and concentrates in the areas of business, estates & trusts, municipal, nonprofit, natural resources, real estate and tax law.
William E. Hunt
President, Elmhurst Corporation
William Hunt is the president of the Elmhurst Corporation, a holding and investment company. He and his wife, Janet, have volunteered their services with the Carnegie Museums for nearly twenty years. Hunt is currently the chair of the Carnegie Board of Trustees.
Anne A. Johnson
Anne Johnson previously worked as a social worker and admissions coordinator for nursing homes in both Cleveland and Pittsburgh. She is a mother to five children and is an active volunteer and philanthropist within the Pittsburgh community.
Maureen B. Kerr, Development Chair
Vice President, Goldman Sachs & Co., LLC
Maureen Kerr is a Vice President with Goldman Sachs in the Investment Management Division. Kerr is also the head of The Warhol’s development committee, and co-chaired The Warhol’s twentieth anniversary gala.
Managing Partner, Faros Properties
Jeremy Leventhal is a managing partner and co-founder of Faros Properties, a privately held real estate investment company. Leventhal also sits on the boards of the Taubman Center at Harvard University and Schools That Can.
Market President, Merrill Lynch
Brian is the Market President for Merrill Lynch’s Pittsburgh office as well as the Market Executive for the Western Pennsylvania Market. Brian is an active member of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development.
Ann M. McGuinn, Treasurer
Vice Chair, LEAD Pittsburgh
Ann McGuinn is vice chair of LEAD Pittsburgh’s board as well as a member of The Pittsburgh Promise’s major gifts campaign committee. McGuinn was instrumental in creating The Warhol’s fifteenth anniversary education fund. She also co-chaired The Warhol’s twentieth anniversary gala.
Demetrios T. Patrinos, Chair
CEO, Patrinos Painting and Contracting Company
Jim Patrinos is the president of his family’s business, T.D. Patrinos Painting and Contracting Company. He is also the former president of PLN Food Service, Inc., which operated Primanti Brothers Restaurants. He and his wife, Kathleen, are active philanthropists in Pittsburgh.
Head of Private Equity, Safra Securities LLC
Michael is the Head of Private Equity for Safra Securities LLC, where he focuses on investments in financial services, consumer goods, agriculture, and infrastructure. Michael is a Trustee for The Jewish Museum and The Caliban Foundation. He also sits on the board of directors for Chiquita Brands International, Global Atlantic Financial Group, and Q-Park N.V.
Director, Cohen & Grigsby
Barbara Scheib is a litigator and director of the law firm Cohen & Grigsby. She has served as the lead counsel in jury trials, bench trials, and arbitrations. She previously served as the chair for the firm’s recruiting committee.
Susan Baker Shipley
President, Huntington Bank Western Pennsylvania and Ohio Valley
Susan Shipley is the president of the Western PA and Ohio Valley region for Huntington Bank. She has worked in banking management positions for more than twenty years. Shipley is also on The Warhol’s nominating committee.
Managing Partner, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Dmitri Shiry is a managing partner at Deloitte Consulting LLP, leading quality and client satisfaction initiatives. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Graduate School of Business. Shiry is the chair of The Warhol’s nominating committee.
Henry J. Simonds
President, Headwater Films/Media
Henry Simonds is an artist, collector, curator and filmmaker. He is the president of Headwater Films/Media, which he founded in 2001 to develop and finance independent documentary and narrative films and other media ventures. In addition to The Warhol board, Henry serves on the Carnegie Museum of Natural History board.
Juliet Lea H. Simonds, Emeritus
Director, Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation
Lea Simonds is the director of the Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation, which has funding priorities in arts, education, and health and human services. She is a Carnegie Museums life trustee and a member of both the executive committee and the women’s committee.
Erich C. Smith
Chief Operating Officer, PNC Wealth Management
Erich Smith is the chief operating officer at PNC Wealth Management. Smith has over 30 years of experience in wealth management, investment, and marketing.
CEO, Exus N.A. Management Partners
Jim Spencer is the CEO of Exus N.A. Management Partners, an independent investment and asset management firm focused on the renewable energy sector. Spencer has over 30 years of experience in the power industry, managing the development and financing of energy projects in developed and developing countries. He was the founder, President and CEO of EverPower.
Alexander C. Spiro
General Counsel, Corporate Bank PNC Bank
Alex Spiro is the general counsel for the Corporate Banking division at PNC Bank. He has worked as a general counsel and managing director at various financial institutions. Spiro received his BA from Columbia University and his JD from Georgetown University.
Judith Evans Thomas, Board Secretary
Principal, Chapman Properties
Judith Evens Thomas is co-owner and principal at Chapman Properties, a commercial real estate development company. She is also a longtime travel and lifestyle writer, formerly contributing to Pittsburgh Magazine. Thomas is the board secretary and is on The Warhol’s nominating committee.
Joel Wachs, Ex Officio
President, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
Joel Wachs is the president of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., in New York City. Prior to The Andy Warhol Foundation, he was active in Los Angeles city politics and served as a City Council member for thirty years.
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