The leadership and oversight of the priorities will be led by a reconstituted Steering Committee, co-chaired by Roger Cude, Humana, and Penny Peavler, Frazier History Museum.
This new Steering Committee will have governance responsibility and will provide feedback, direction and oversight to the management of the Plan. The Steering Committee will report, at least annually, to the community on the progress of the Plan’s strategies and actions. This Steering Committee will be comprised half of arts and culture leaders, artists and creative professionals, and the other half from other sectors in the community, including government, business, education and community representatives.
The Steering Committee will be co chaired by an arts and culture leader paired with a nonarts and culture leader. Each priority will be co-chaired by leaders and championed by a committee in the same way. This balance will insure that the plan moves forward with the goal of best serving, as well as, strengthening the arts and culture ecosystem.