LUNCHEON MEETING: THE HUNTINGTON LIBRARY ID=77379559 (4)

  
Speaker:  

Randy Shulman, Vice President for Advancement

Topic:   What's new and exciting at the Huntington
Description:  

Randy Shulman, Vice President for Advancement

Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens

Randy serves as the chief advancement officer. He works closely with and promotes collaboration between the president, senior staff, and governing boards to build relationships and fund operating and strategic initiatives. Randy heads the group responsible for raising over $13 million in operating support annually through annual giving, membership, planned giving, and corporate/foundation support. He also oversees efforts to secure an additional $10-$50 million annually in capital, endowment, and special project funding from individuals, foundations/corporations, and government sources. Responsibilities include staffing the Board Membership, Advancement, and Community Relations Committees.

He has a Bachelor of Science degree in urban and regional planning from Cal Poly Pomona and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Southern California. Previously, he worked in local government positions in city management, community development, and historic preservation. His community involvement includes serving on Board of Union Station Homeless Services (2008-16), where he served as the Board Chair (2013-15) and is a past Board member of Pasadena Heritage.

He spent 10 summers volunteering in France near Avignon restoring medieval architecture using traditional methods and techniques.

Randy graduated from San Marino schools, and his wife Mona, also a member of the Huntington staff, reside in Pasadena.

Randy Shulman, Vice President for Advancement

Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens

Randy serves as the chief advancement officer. He works closely with and promotes collaboration between the president, senior staff, and governing boards to build relationships and fund operating and strategic initiatives. Randy heads the group responsible for raising over $13 million in operating support annually through annual giving, membership, planned giving, and corporate/foundation support. He also oversees efforts to secure an additional $10-$50 million annually in capital, endowment, and special project funding from individuals, foundations/corporations, and government sources. Responsibilities include staffing the Board Membership, Advancement, and Community Relations Committees.

  1. has a Bachelor of Science degree in urban and regional planning from Cal Poly Pomona and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Southern California. Previously, he worked in local government positions in city management, community development, and historic preservation. His community involvement includes serving on Board of Union Station Homeless Services (2008-16), where he served as the Board Chair (2013-15) and is a past Board member of Pasadena Heritage.

He spent 10 summers volunteering in France near Avignon restoring medieval architecture using traditional methods and techniques.

Randy and his wife Mona, also a member of the Huntington staff, reside in Pasadena.

Randy Shulman, Vice President for Advancement

Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens

Randy serves as the chief advancement officer. He works closely with and promotes collaboration between the president, senior staff, and governing boards to build relationships and fund operating and strategic initiatives. Randy heads the group responsible for raising over $13 million in operating support annually through annual giving, membership, planned giving, and corporate/foundation support. He also oversees efforts to secure an additional $10-$50 million annually in capital, endowment, and special project funding from individuals, foundations/corporations, and government sources. Responsibilities include staffing the Board Membership, Advancement, and Community Relations Committees.

  1. has a Bachelor of Science degree in urban and regional planning from Cal Poly Pomona and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Southern California. Previously, he worked in local government positions in city management, community development, and historic preservation. His community involvement includes serving on Board of Union Station Homeless Services (2008-16), where he served as the Board Chair (2013-15) and is a past Board member of Pasadena Heritage.

He spent 10 summers volunteering in France near Avignon restoring medieval architecture using traditional methods and techniques.

Randy and his wife Mona, also a member of the Huntington staff, reside in Pasadena.

Location:   San Marino Community Church, Fellowship Hall
1750 Virginia Road
San Marino, CA 

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