DRiWaterstone is delighted to announce the placement of the new Executive Director of the Denver-based Center for the Arts Evergreen, a local arts organization in the midst of exciting growth.
Chuck Crowe, Managing Director of DRiWaterstone Mountain West, worked with the Center for the Arts Evergreen to identify an accomplished leader to steer “The Creative Arts Addition,” a significant expansion of the Center designed to meet a sustained increase in local engagement and enhance art instruction, exhibitions, and activities. The Executive Director is charged with leading the strategic growth and operation of a mature, multi-faceted arts program and cultivating community support, both annually and to complete a $1M capital campaign.
Today we are pleased to announce that Lisa Nierenberg has accepted the position of Executive Director of the Center for the Arts Evergreen. Lisa has extensive experience building community support for Denver-based organizations. She previously served as Philanthropic Advisor at BlueRiver Philanthropy, Director of Principal Gifts at Mile High United Way, and Senior Account Executive at Rocky Mountain PBS. In addition to working with major donors, foundations, and corporations, Lisa has enjoyed participating with her family in programs at the Center for the Arts Evergreen. She looks forward to applying her professional relationship-building skills to advance its growth.
Congratulations to Lisa and the Center for the Arts Evergreen—we look forward to their success together.