Seasoned Non-Profit Director to Further Support of Emerging Artists and Scientists
The S&R Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports talented individuals with high aspirations in the arts and sciences, announces the appointment of Ms. Katherine Goodall as Chief Operating Officer.”We are excited to add Ms. Goodall to the S&R Foundation leadership team as we work together to support aspiring artists and scientists,” said Dr. Sachiko Kuno , president and CEO of the S&R Foundation. “I am confident that Ms. Goodall’s successful experiences at highly-regarded institutions, combined with her passion and drive, will position the Foundation to grow and broaden its strength and reach.”
As Chief Operating Officer, Ms. Goodall will spearhead marketing, branding and fundraising. “I have great admiration for the remarkable strides Dr. Kuno and her team have made within the last year, particularly in launching theOvertures Concert Series and the International Institute of Global Resilience,” said Ms. Goodall. “I feel privileged to be a part of an organization with such a unique mission and driven leaders, and am looking forward to developing programs and partnerships that will continue to elevate the Foundation’s mission in the coming year and beyond.”
Most recently Ms. Goodall served as the Director for Institutional Advancement at the Association of Science-Technology Centers, where she conceived and implemented plans for revenue growth and diversification, while cultivating key partnerships and developing strategic operations. Ms. Goodall performed similar responsibilities at the American Association of Museums, J P II Cultural Center & Museum and the Naval Historical Center.
Ms. Goodall earned a B.A. degree in World Literature from North Carolina State University and a M.A. degree in Nautical Archaeology from East Carolina University.
About the S&R Foundation
The S&R Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created in 2000 to support talented individuals with great potential and high aspirations in the sciences and arts, especially those who are furthering international cultural collaboration. Its goals are simple, yet bold: to create, support and facilitate initiatives that encourage scientific and artistic innovation, and promote cultural and personal growth. For more information, visit www.SandRFoundation.org.
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