Lisa Cremin

Lisa Cremin is a director at The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta where she oversees the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund, a comprehensive program that provides unrestricted operating support grants and consulting services to small and mid-sized arts organizations, employing a strategy of stabilization and capitalization. Cremin established and oversees The Foundation’s Nonprofit Loan Fund and co-leads the social innovation and social venture philanthropy practice of the Foundation. Previously she had a consulting firm based in New York and directed creative programs with for-profit and nonprofit entities, produced international museum exhibitions, curated private visual art collections, and designed philanthropic initiatives using arts to promote social change. Cremin was a consultant for the High Museum, worked at Christie’s International, NY, and created visual arts programs for both the 1984 and 1996 Olympic Games. She attended Stanford University’s Executive Program for Philanthropy Leaders with a fellowship from the Lordians Foundation, is a graduate of Leadership Atlanta, the Regional Leadership Institute, and was an inaugural fellow of the Diversity Leadership Academy. Cremin was as a fellow of the Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, and was an officer of the GIA board of directors. She is a graduate of Hamilton College.

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