AMS is pleased to announce that three members of our team have recently been recognized for their substantial roles in your and our success.
Lynette Turner, Senior Associate
Lynette Turner, who joined the firm 18 years ago from her role as the Producing Director of Perseverance Theater in Juneau, Alaska, has been named Senior Associate in recognition of her long tenure and leadership. Lynette has worked with our clients all across the US and overseas. Of particular note is her deep commitment to, and engagement with, non-traditional projects from evaluating Brooklyn Academy of Music’s international DanceMotion USA public diplomacy program on behalf of the US State Department to her role in imagining cultural facilities and programs for the Chocolate Factory and Theatre for a New Audience to the Yakama Nation and the Santa Clara Pueblo.
Danielle Boyke, Senior Project Manager
Danielle Boyke, who joined AMS in 2011 after graduating with a Master of Business Administration from the Bolz Center for Arts Administration and following a successful career as a stage manager in the Chicago area, has been named Senior Project Manager. With a focus on facility development, Danielle was deeply involved in assisting Writer’s Theatre in their transition to their new home, designed by Jeanne Gang, in Glencoe, IL. She is currently working with clients in Edmonton, Alberta and St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana as they initiate efforts to develop new venues.
Melora Cybul, Consultant
Melora Cybul, who joined AMS just under 2 years ago after graduating with a MBA/MFA in Arts Management from the University of Alabama, has been promoted to the position of Consultant. On projects from feasibility studies to project implementation assignments and policy explorations for national foundations, Melora brings tremendous organizational, analytical and data visualization skills to our work.
Please join us in recognizing these as well as the rest of our dedicated team members, all of whom are committed to helping each and every one of our clients and their communities to “re-think success” and define, refine and develop successful ventures in the arts and cultural sector.