UTICA, NY…Cassandra Miller of Oneonta has been named Director of Marketing and Communications at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute. She served most recently as the Executive Director of the Catskill Symphony Orchestra in Oneonta, as a lecturer of communications at SUNY Oneonta, and as a marketing consultant to a number of arts organizations in the region and in Baltimore, MD.
In her new position, Miller will oversee all aspects of marketing and communications for Munson-Williams including identity and brand, media relations, advertising, publications, general web content, electronic communications, social media on multiple platforms, and marketing analytics.
Munson-Williams President and CEO Anna D’Ambrosio said Miller was selected following a national search. “We are excited to welcome Cassandra to the Munson-Williams leadership team. She is a dedicated, thoughtful professional. Her achievements, administrative expertise, and enthusiasm will be an asset to Munson-Williams and to our community.”
Miller said “Munson-Williams is an artistic treasure entering an exciting new stage in its history. I’m thrilled to join this welcoming, dynamic institution and to get to know Utica and the Mohawk Valley community.”
Miller holds a Bachelor of Science in journalism with an art history minor from Boston University. She has also served as a Marketing and Public Relations Consultant in Baltimore and Central New York; Marketing and Communications Manager at the Iroquois Museum in Howes Cave, NY; Managing Director at the Motor House Arts Center in Baltimore, MD; Entertainment Editor and Contributing Writer at the The Washington Post in Washington, D.C.; Content and Publications Marketing Manager at Visit Baltimore in Baltimore, MD; Public Relations Manager at Baltimore Center Stage in Baltimore, MD; and Community Editor of The Daily Star and Editor in Chief of The Scene in Oneonta, NY.
About Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute is an internationally prominent fine arts center serving diverse audiences. Through three program divisions—School of Art, Museum of Art, and Performing Arts—Munson-Williams creates transformational art experiences that cultivate curiosity and creativity, enlighten, educate, and inspire.
Munson-Williams was founded in 1919 and provides some 600 events annually with nearly 150,000 patrons enjoying the exhibitions, performances, art classes, and family-oriented activities.