Cultural Alliance Announces New Board Leadership
The Cultural Alliance of York County Announces New Board Leadership
York, PA – The Cultural Alliance of York County is pleased to announce the election of new board officers as well as a new Executive Committee at the December, 2020 Board of Directors meeting.
2021 Executive Committee
Bill Yanavitch, Chair
Jared Bean, Chair-Elect
Tony Campisi, Past-Chair and Fund Development Committee Chair
Suzanne Becker, Secretary
Jim Fowler, Treasurer
Thais Carrero, Allocations Chair
Bryan Tate, Campaign Co-Chair
Lee King, Board Director
Allison Meckley, Board Director
Mark Sindicich, Board Director
Lee King, Board Director, has been a volunteer with Cultural Alliance and a rostered teaching artist for several years. In his role as a founding Partner at Studio 117 recording studio and at Resin8 3-D printing and design of prosthetics, he has changed the face of York’s sound and healthcare through cutting-edge technology and works to bring his knowledge to York’s youth through residencies and mentorship. He is currently also the North America Project Manager for Mobile Climate Control, and is Treasurer of the Fortress of York Board.
A native of York, PA, Allison Meckley, Board Director is a community leader with successful experience in relationship building, non-profit organization management, and fundraising. Strong community and social services professional skilled in strategic and operational planning, systems and process development, communications, and social media. Most recently Allison worked with Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA and Leadership York. She serves on the board of Community Progress Council.
Through his work as Development Advisor at Exceleran Capital Management and Victor’s Italian Restaurant, Board Director Mark Sindicich has blended his entrepreneurial spirit with his experience in business management, manufacturing, investing, music, and the arts to provide economic and employment opportunity in his community. In his recent role as Board President for Explore York, Mark has a deep understanding of the role the arts play in York’s economy and success.
Founded as a United Arts Fund in 1999, the Cultural Alliance’s annual campaign currently supports eight partner agencies that are essential to arts and culture in our community and over the last 20 years has invested over $10.4 million in cash and $2.2 million in in-kind support for the arts. Under its new more inclusive and diverse operating model, The Cultural Alliance will be expanding its funding to further grow and strengthen arts and culture in York County.