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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors (2015) (photograph by Bradley Marks)

The Board of Directors is charged with CAA’s long-term financial stability and strategic direction; it is also the association’s governing body. The board sets policy regarding all aspects of CAA’s activities, including publishing, the Annual Conference, awards and fellowships, advocacy, and committee procedures.

Suzanne Preston Blier
2018(9)   Harvard University
DeWitt Godfrey
Past President
2017   Colgate University
Doralynn Pines
Vice President for External Affairs
2017   Metropolitan Museum of Art (ret.)
Jim Hopfensperger
Vice President for Committees
2017   Western Michigan University
N. Elizabeth Schlatter
Vice President for Annual Conference
2020   University of Richmond Museums
Gail Feigenbaum
Vice President for Publications
2017   Getty Research Institute
Roberto Tejada
2017   University of Houston
John Hyland Jr.
2018   Media Advisory Partners LLC
Jeffrey P. Cunard
    Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
Hunter O'Hanian
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
    College Art Association
Dina Bangdel 2018   Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar
Helen C. Frederick 2018   George Mason University
Carma Gorman 2020   The University of Texas at Austin
Jawshing Arthur Liou 2019   Indiana University
Gunalan Nadarajan 2018   University of Michigan
Chika Okeke-Agulu 2019   Princeton University
John Richardson 2017   Wayne State University
Andrew Schulz 2020   Pennsylvania State University
David C. Terry 2018   New York Foundation for the Arts
Anuradha Vikram 2020   Otis College of Art and Design
Rachel Weiss 2019   School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Andrés Zervigón 2019   Rutgers University
Anne-Imelda Radice 2019   American Folk Art Museum

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