Wayne State's College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts announces Emily Linn and David Lubin as newest members of its Board of VisitorsApril 20, 2012
DETROIT - The College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts (CFPCA) at Wayne State University is pleased to announce Emily Linn and David Lubin as newest members of its Board of Visitors.
CFPCA's Board of Visitors was established in 2000. Members serve as ambassadors and advocates, provide fundraising support and act as liaisons to the community for the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts. During both Wayne First and Aim Higher for Students, past university capital and student scholarship campaigns, CFPCA's board was particularly instrumental in helping the college to achieve its many campaign goals.
Emily Linn is founder and co-owner of City Bird art store, studio and gallery, and its next door Nest home goods store. Linn's businesses are located on the south side of Wayne State's main campus in Midtown Detroit. She earned a 2007 master of fine arts degree from Wayne State's James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History.
David Lubin is chief operating officer at M. Jacob and Sons glass, plastics and packaging of Livonia, MI; and chief operating officer of its Sprayco division, which specializes in spray bottles. Lubin established the M. Jacob and Sons Company and Employee Sponsored Endowed Scholarship in Industrial Design at Wayne State's James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History. The Jacob family has a long history of involvement with and support of Wayne State, most notably through the university's premier Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, located in the Old Main Annex building, and through the historic Max Jacob House on campus, used as the president's residence.
Linn and Lubin join the active and dynamic group of remarkable members of the southeast Michigan community who make up CFPCA's Board. Members are: Mary Ann Allen, retired, General Motors; Jeanne Bieri, artist; Gregg Bloomfield, operations manager, Raymond James Financial Services; Arthur Bryant, retired, Ford Motor Company; Susan Burns, president, St. John Health Foundation; Delf Dodge, director, global operations, GM Research and Development; Elizabeth DuMouchelle, retired, Butzel Long; Ronald Dzwonkowski, associate editor, Detroit Free Press; David Ely, president, Energy Design Service Systems; James Evola, owner, Evola Music Centers; Carole Harris, president, Harris Design Group; Howard Hertz, attorney, Hertz Schram PC; Daniel Kanter, wealth counseling specialist, Kanter & Associates; Emery King, director of communications, Detroit Medical Center; Barbara Kratchman, retired, ArtServe Michigan; Michael Layne, partner, Marx Layne & Company; Alan Lichtenstein, programming director, Nederlander Company/Masonic Temple Theater; Phoebe Mainster, faculty, Department of English, Wayne State University; Navia McCloud, director of corporate development, O'Keefe and Associates; Susan Nine, community volunteer leader; Theresa Selvaggio, regional vice president, Estee Lauder; Barbara Whittaker, retired, General Motors Global Purchasing and Supply Chain; and Member Emeritus Maggie Allesee, philanthropist and community activist.
Wayne State's College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts serves more than 2,500 students majoring in 16 undergraduate and 13 graduate programs through the Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance, the James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History, the Department of Music and the Department of Communication. The college's size, diversity and creative energy make it a major force in the life of Wayne State and metropolitan Detroit. Wayne State University, located in the heart of Detroit's Midtown Cultural Center, is a premier urban research institution offering more than 400 academic programs through 13 schools and colleges to nearly 32,000 students.
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