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The Massachusetts State Committee is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization and affiliate of the National Museum of Women in the Arts. We are an all-volunteer organization of art lovers, collectors, curators, artists and community organizers. We are dedicated to supporting NMWA, and we extend NMWA’s mission by supporting and partnering with individuals and institutions across the arts to increase awareness of the contributions of women artists, past and present, in Massachusetts.

Board of Directors

Sarah Treco President
Louise Borke Trustee, Governance Committee
Hollis Chase Events Committee
Susan Cohen Trustee, Communications Committee
Iphigenia Demetriades Trustee, Treasurer
Donna Denio Trustee, Membership
Mary Gardill
Events Committee
Linda Holiner
 Events Committee
Silvina Ibanez Events Committee
Beth Kantrowitz
Events Committee
Lauren Lambert Events Committee
Sharon Lewis Trustee, Governance Committee
Christine O'Donnell
Events Committee
Betsy Ritz Trustee, Women to Watch
Amy Elizabeth Russo Trustee, Secretary
Ann Strand Events Committee
Carol Trager Communications Committee
Urszula Wojciechowska Trustee, Membership Committee


The Massachusetts Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts sincerely appreciates the support of the following in promoting our goals for the past year:

Reopen Creative Boston

With thanks for their generous support of New Worlds/Women to Watch 2024:

Louise Borke
City of Boston Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture

Boston Cultural Council
Susan Cohen
Iphigenia Demetriades
Donna Denio
Arlette Kayafas
Lauren Lambert
Sharon Lewis
Mass Cultural Council
Reopen Creative Boston
Betsy Ritz
Penny Rosser
Amy Elizabeth Russo
Ann Strand
Sarah Treco
Lisa Tung
Urszula Wojciechowska

Advisory Council

Kate Gilbert
Executive Director, Boston Public Art Triennial (formerly Now + There)

Kymberly N. Pinder, PhD
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Dean
Professor of Art and History of Art
Yale School of Art

Arlette Kayafas
Founder and Director, Gallery Kayafas

Doris Sommer
Director, Cultural Agents Initiative
Ira and Jewell Williams Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures
and of African and African American Studies

Harvard University

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