Beth Tuttle Named President of Cultural Data Project

Publication: The Inquirer

Author: Stephan Salisbury


01/31/2013 - ''Beth Tuttle, managing director of a Virginia management consulting firm, has been named to the new post of president and chief executive of the Cultural Data Project, the Philadelphia-based operation that gathers standardized information about arts-related organizations, officials and funders announced Wednesday.

The project was initiated in 2004 by the William Penn Foundation, the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and the Pew Charitable Trusts, the last of which has provided a headquarters and management expertise.

But the Cultural Data Project recently received nonprofit recognition and is preparing to move out from under Pew's nurturing wing to fully independent status.''

Read the full article, ''Cultural Data Project Names President''  on The Inquirer website.

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