Utah Arts & Museums recognizes local graduates of Change Leader Institute
Published: November 7, 2012 01:52PM
Updated: November 7, 2012 01:52PM
On Thursday, Nov. 1, Utah Arts & Museums recognized seven certifying graduates of the Change Leader Institute, a leadership development program for people interested in advancing their communities through culture and the arts. The certifying Change Leaders are:

Aimee Bonham, St. George, Kayenta Arts Foundation
Ainsley-Marie McLaughlin, Salt Lake City, Heart & Soul
Andra Harbold, Salt Lake City, Theatre Professional
Dustin Nay, Herriman, Oquirrh Mountain Symphony
Jinni Fontana, Helper, Helper Arts & Music Festival
John Parkinson, Santa Clara, Space Between Theatre Company
Tamara Lindsay, Heber City, Artist

“The Change Leader network is strengthening organizations and communities throughout Utah and the region,” said Margaret Hunt, Director of Utah Arts & Museums, in a press release. “We are pleased to welcome these new graduates to the network. They have already made an impact with their certification projects, and we look forward to following their progress as they engage with each other and with their communities.”

For more information about the Change Leader Program or a list of certified Change Leaders, visit www.artsandmuseums.utah.gov