December 6, 2016: Local to Global Community Capacity Building

Local to Global Community Capacity Building
Tuesday, December 6, 12:00 pm – 1:00 p.m.
Speaker
Lynn Crandall, MA, Director IGM Art Gallery
HSC Location: IGM Harkness Auditorium, CSC Bldg 2nd Fl
[For those coming from UPC: The best parking option/location will be the San Pablo Structure. The booth is staffed. Here’s the map: CLICK Walk out to Alcazar and then walk up the slight hill toward Soto St. to the CSC building (white with turquoise square in front of it on the map)]
Lunch: Members $18 | Non-members $20
RSVP at http://www.uscwim.org/calendar.asp by November 23rd


Speaker
Lynn Crandall, MA, Director IGM Art Gallery
Lynn Crandall, BA Northwestern University; MA, University of Notre Dame, Director, USC IGM Art Gallery serves on the Board of Directors at artAngels.org and is retired Board Director of SoCal Sister Cities International, LA Municipal Art Gallery Association, Inner City Arts, The JAMMIN Foundation and Magic Visions. She served on the International Membership Committee for The Society for the Arts in Healthcare. She serves on the Art Committee of L.A./Nagoya Sister Cities Association and is Board Adviser on a number of nonprofit and for profit organizations, including The Okra Restaurant Group, Inc, The Decision Platform, Save America’s Children and ENCOUNTER
A State of California, Master Teacher, Crandall served as Adviser to Garfield High School ’s Green Architecture Design and Global Studies Academies and organized international programs, art exhibitions and Career Day presentations at Lincoln, Roosevelt and Sacred Heart High Schools, all adjacent to the HSC . Her students at Julia Richman High School in New York City won 2nd in the state in the high school division of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Second Annual Arts & Sciences “Living the Dream” Statewide Contest.
As Director of the Riordan Leadership Development Program at the LA Junior Chamber of Commerce, Crandall was awarded Outstanding Program Director; EarthFest LA and California Greenworks awarded her for leading the Steering
committee of the 2013 Festival; She chaired the Los Angeles City Council on Aging, Arts and Entertainment Committee and was honoree at the Second Annual LA ARTCORE benefit, Journey into Art and Music Week’s benefit, An Investment of Unity. La Business Journal awarded her their Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Award. She was Tour Curator at The New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City and was Board Member of the Los Angeles League of Women Voters and Editor of the LWVLA VOTER.
The President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for her lifetime of commitment to building a stronger nation through volunteer service was presented to Lynn by President Obama. Hillary Rodham Clinton and President Bill Clinton designated Lynn Coordinator, Honor the Past-Imagine the Future, for the LA Millennium Community.

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