The Clay Art Center Board of Directors has announced that Cora Greenberg will serve as Interim Executive Director, effective April 1, 2019. Ms. Greenberg, a social worker and educator, was the Executive Director of the Westchester Children’s Association (WCA), a 104-year-old multi-issue child advocacy organization, from 1994 until June, 2018.
“Cora is the perfect choice for Clay Art Center at this time of transition. With her focus on education, children and families combined with her commitment to stewarding us through the changes we are experiencing, I have full confidence in the support she will provide as we meet our challenges,” said Judith Weber, President, Board of Directors, Clay Art Center.
Clay Art Center’s Board of Directors is excited that Ms. Greenberg has agreed to serve in this capacity as they continue implementing a transition plan to hire a permanent Executive Director. The Executive Committee is working closely with The Support Center for Nonprofit Management and will soon begin the process of developing a pool of strong candidates for a new leader.
Believing strongly that the arts have the ability to touch and enrich lives; the Clay Art Center’s mission is to offer a stimulating space for studio practice, exhibition and educational opportunities to better serve the community at 40 Beech Street, Port Chester.