LOUISVILLE, KY, MAY 4, 2015- The Fund for the Arts has hired Eric Gurevich as the new Communications and Engagement Manager. Gurevich will focus on how the Arts can best serve the community by creating new connections and partnerships in the city.
“We are leveraging the power of the Arts to make a significant impact in all corners of the community,” said Christen Boone, Fund for the Arts President & CEO. “Eric Gurevich will engage not only our donors and Arts partners but also explore how we build a stronger, more vibrant city through the Arts.”
“Louisville is on the brink of an exceptional time in our city’s history,” said Gurevich. “I believe that through sharing the stories of Arts and creating connections from classrooms to boardrooms we will continue to make Louisville a great American city. At the Fund, we have a unique opportunity to drive the momentum forward.”
Gurevich is a Louisville native and graduate of Denison University. He began his communications career as the E-Media Coordinator for current Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker’s 2010 campaign. He most recently served as Outreach Director for Old 502 Winery where he concentrated on brand development, community relations, and philanthropic giving. In 2014, LEO Weekly put him on their Watch List as one of “twenty-four under thirty to watch”.
About Fund for the Arts
The Fund for the Arts builds a stronger community by investing in world-class Arts organizations, driving collaborative initiatives and fueling innovative arts-in-education programs throughout the region. A national leader in corporate partnerships; business and creative find a unified voice, a more educated workforce, and attract talent through the Arts. The annual Fund for the Arts campaign has generated more than $188 million for the Arts since its establishment in 1949. More than 20,000 donors contribute to the campaign each year. For more information visit www.fundforthearts.com.