Rhonda Madden Joins The Westmoreland as Director of Advancement

GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania (January 11, 2019) – The Westmoreland Museum of American Art welcomes Rhonda Madden as the organization’s Director of Advancement. In this role, Madden will be responsible for all fundraising efforts of the Museum.
Madden’s extensive experience includes six years at the Pittsburgh non-profit Riverlife in the areas of both development and strategic initiatives. She has also held leadership positions in development/fundraising at the Allegheny Land Trust (Sewickley, PA), The Trust for Public Land (New York, NY) and the Academy of Natural Sciences (Philadelphia, PA). Throughout the course of her career, she has directly raised over $50 million in private and public contributions.
“Rhonda brings not only a wealth of experience, but passion and creativity to this critically important senior leadership role. We are delighted that she is joining our team,” stated Richard M. Scaife Director/CEO Anne Kraybill.
“The Museum is a very special place to me personally, and I feel privileged to be coming on board at this very exciting time. I look forward to helping this talented team build an even stronger future for this important community asset,” said Madden in regards to her new position.
About The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
Committed to stimulating imagination and innovation through great experiences with art, The Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, is the only museum dedicated to American art in western Pennsylvania. The Westmoreland’s extraordinary permanent collection, with its strong focus on the art and artists of Southwestern Pennsylvania, is complemented by an impressive schedule of temporary exhibitions— both nationally traveling and those organized in house—as well as community-oriented programming and special events. More information is available at thewestmoreland.org and on the Museum’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram profiles.
The Westmoreland receives funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; the Marketing to Attract Tourism Grant through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development; and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.