Sara W. Germain
Sara Germain, from Dublin, has worked in non-profit arts management in various capacities since 1968, including as director of development for the Peterborough Players, development coordinator and manager of the Robert S. Peabody Museum in Andover, MA, and executive director of the Grand Monadnock Arts Council in Keene. Although now “semi-retired,” she still takes on an occasional consulting project, specializing in fundraising, strategic planning, and board development.
From 1985-1990, she was the executive director and registered lobbyist for ARTS 1000, the state’s arts advocacy organization, and now serves on the board of New Hampshire Citizens for the Arts,* its successor. She is currently board president of Monadnock Art / Friends of the Dublin Art Colony, an organization celebrating and promoting the visual arts, past and present, in the Monadnock region. She has also served on the boards of the Peterborough Players, Pontine Movement Theatre, the Folkway Foundation, Geese Theatre Company, the Consortium of Local Arts Agencies of Massachusetts*, and The National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies (now Americans for the Arts). She is trying to find time to get back to painting.
September 2, 2010