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Board of Directors | Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance
Lee Kappelman, Development Chair (Principal, m/Oppenheim Associates)
Lee Kappelman, Principal, ...
Lee Kappelman, Principal, m/Oppenheim Associates
Lee Kappelman has a 30-year career focused on nonprofit management, executive search, fundraising and organizational consulting with a strong emphasis on art, media and culture.
She currently is a Principal with m/Oppenheim Associates, a national executive search firm.
She previously headed the search and fundraising practice at Arts Consulting Group and led fundraising efforts at the Baltimore Symphony, held executive positions at CBS Television and King World Entertainment, and was a literary agent with Agency for the Performing Arts and Renaissance Literary Agency in Los Angeles and New York.
In 2012, Kappelman formed a healthcare non-profit, CaringOn, selected by Points of Light Foundation as an incubator project for capacity-building investment.
The new board members are Chuck ...
The new board members are Chuck Adkins, chief financial officer at Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts; Kevin Apperson, chief information officer at Maxim Healthcare Services; Randi Benesch, senior managing director at Gordon Center for Performing Arts; Navasha Daya, performing artist and co-founder/director of Youth Resiliency Institute; Hana S. Sharif, associate artistic director at Center Stage; Lee Kappelman, principal at m/Oppenheim Associates; and Ron M. Melton, chief operating officer at Visit Baltimore.
People | m/Oppenheim Associates
Lee Kappelman has a 30-year career focused on nonprofit management, executive search and fundraising with a strong emphasis on art, media and culture.
She previously led a national search and fundraising practice, was chief advancement officer for the Baltimore Symphony, held executive positions at CBS Television and King World Entertainment; and was a literary agent with Agency for the Performing Arts and Renaissance Literary Agency in Los Angeles and New York. Â Lee formed CaringOn, a healthcare non-profit to enable terminal cancer patients to thank their caregivers with a day of leisure.
She holds a BFA from Boston University and an MA from New York University.
CaringOn was founded by Judy ...
CaringOn was founded by Judy Goldberg Davanzo and Lee Kappelman to give caregivers an opportunity to "recharge, refresh, and renew" and take a break from their caregiving responsibilities.