Lindsay Martin connects the dots between mission, strategy, and day to day management and operations of non-profit cultural institutions. From 2015 –2018 she served as the Director, Administration at the Hammer Museum at UCLA where she oversaw human resources, technology, security, retail, governance, and long-range planning functions. She has also served as the Managing Director, US, of Lord Cultural Resources, the world's largest management consulting firm specializing in the cultural sector. Her clients included the Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University, the Studio Museum in Harlem, Glenstone, SFMOMA, Longwood Gardens, and the Smithsonian. She started her career at the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts at UC Davis. Lindsay is co-editor of the third edition of the Manual of Museum Planning and a contributor to Museum Magazine. She studied museum studies at New York University and art history and political science at UC Davis where she was also an ArtsBridge scholar.
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