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The Museum Life

The Museum Life

Friday at 7 AM Pacific

October 24th 2014:Magnetic: The Art and Science of Engagement

Some museums seem to be magnetic, having an ability to attract donors, visitors and goodwill. These museums not only survive but thrive in tough economic times. What’s the secret? Luck? Leadership? Endowment? Anne Bergeron and Beth Tuttle studied six magnetic museums to identify the organizational philosophies and practices that make them successful. The findings shift discussions about non-profit management from strategies for finding the sweet spot between mission and market to practices that serve, engage and empower people

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Anne Bergeron

For over 25 years, Anne Bergeron has devoted her professional career to ensuring a vibrant, healthy cultural sector. An authority on nonprofit organizational development, fundraising and engagement, Anne helps organizations to plan for the future, enhance operations and leadership, expand outreach to constituents, and increase philanthropic support. She has worked with a variety of nonprofits, from the established to the start-up, in the fields of arts, design, education and historic preservation. Anne is the co-author of Magnetic: The Art and Science of Engagement (AAM Press, 2013). Anne founded her consulting firm to provide planning, organizational and resource development services to a
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Beth Tuttle

Beth Tuttle is President and CEO of the Cultural Data Project. She has more than 25 years of experience as an author, strategist, and management leader in the cultural, philanthropic, advocacy, and corporate sectors. Previously, Beth founded and served as Managing Director of METStrategies, LLC, a strategic consulting firm specializing in leadership development, planning, communications, and branding for social benefit organizations. She served as Deputy Director and Chief of External Relations and Planning for the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and as Senior Vice President for Communications for The Freedom Forum and Newseum. She is a graduate of Brown University, Beth
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