MS. JESSICA LANZILLOTTI AND DR. FRANK GOLOM JOIN IRON CROW THEATRE’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS
New Appointments Effective Immediately.
BALTIMORE, Maryland - November 16, 2015: Iron Crow Theatre today announced that Jessica Lanzillotti, General Manager of Everyman Theatre and Dr. Frank Golom, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Loyola University of Maryland, have been elected to Iron Crow Theatre’s Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Lanzillotti brings an abundance of experience in finance and leadership in both small and large organizations having served as the former Treasurer of Single Carrot Theatre’s Board of Directors for 8 years, and currently serving as Treasurer of the Board of Directors for The Contemporary Museum in Baltimore. Lanzillotti graduated valedictorian from Towson University’s Business School.
Dr. Golom, is both an award-winning and published scholar and an organizational expert specializing in diversity, inclusion and organizational change. Formerly, the Associate Director of Executive Education Programs at Teachers College, Columbia University, Dr. Golom received his Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University and his B.A. in Psychology from Loyola University Maryland, summa cum laude.
“We look for exceptional individuals to strengthen our board’s span of talent and depth of knowledge,” said Sean Elias, Iron Crow Theatre’s Artistic Director and CEO. Ms. Lanzillotti brings a wealth of financial and “start-up” theatre experience from her successful careers at both Everyman Theatre, Single Carrot Theatre and her history in private finance. Dr. Golom is one of the most brilliant organizational psychologists in the field and is an expert on organizational effectiveness and growth - especially as it relates to the queer community. I’m thrilled to welcome them both and I look forward to working with them closely as the organization continues to grow.”
“I am so excited to join the Board of Iron Crow Theatre. I've believed in their work and their mission for a long time; Baltimore needs such diverse theatre in its communities,” said Ms. Lanzillotti. “I am hopeful that my financial expertise can help advance their mission and make them a stronger company.” Dr. Golom adds, “I’m excited for all that Iron Crow Theatre has to offer the community here in Baltimore and I'm honored to help to see this organization through its next phase of development.”
IRON CROW THEATRE is the theatre of mischief and subversion, a queer theatre celebrating the renegade and the unorthodox, in all of us, reflecting the diverse stories of our community and the world in which we live. We produce and create professional new work, re-imagine well- known stories, and seek out innovative scripts. Our work ignites conversation and all voices are welcome.
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