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Rosemarie Garipoli Appointed Executive Director, The Campaign for Lincoln Center.

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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 26, 2003

Rosemarie Garipoli has been named Executive Director, The Campaign for Lincoln Center, it was announced today by Reynold Levy, President, Lincoln Center.

In this newly created position, Ms. Garipoli will lead a capital campaign to raise funds in support of Lincoln Center's redevelopment initiatives on behalf of participating arts organizations on the Lincoln Center campus. The redevelopment initiative is being implemented through a series of projects over the next decade.

Ms. Garipoli's initial assignment is to identify lead gifts for the recently announced public spaces project, the first phase of the redevelopment initiative. She will report to Mr. Levy and work closely with a capital campaign committee composed of leading trustees at Lincoln Center and its constituent organizations. She also will coordinate with each development director on campus.

Commented Mr. Levy, "We are delighted that Rosemarie, with an impressive track record of successfully leading significant capital campaigns for superb cultural institutions, is joining us as the head of the Campaign for Lincoln Center. Her experience in working successfully with diverse groups will be invaluable as we embark on this exciting project in these challenging times."

Ms. Garipoli brings extensive non-profit senior management experience to her new position, with an emphasis on capital campaign leadership, planning and institutional development. She was responsible for leading significant capital campaigns, annual fund and other development initiatives for a variety of non-profit institutions including the New York Botanical Garden and The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.

Additionally, she has worked in development and public affairs capacities for Bank Street College of Education, The Jewish Museum, and the Drawing Center. Most recently, she served as an independent consultant on capital campaigns, institutional development, planning, board development, campaign feasibility studies, and fundraising projects for such clients as The Jewish Museum, The New York Botanical Garden, National Trust for Historic Preservation, the New York Shakespeare Festival, the Seventh Regiment Armory Conservancy, Inc., Williamstown Theatre Festival, Bard College, the Parrish Art Museum and the Silk Road Project/Yo Yo Ma.

Ms. Garipoli graduated cum laude from New York University and has an M.A. from the University's Institute of Fine Arts.
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