DHR International Recruits CEO for CultureSource
September 11, 2015 | Hunt Scanlon
DHR International has placed Pamela M. Iacobelli as president and chief executive officer of CultureSource. Cyd Kinney, a partner in DHR’s Detroit office, led the search. For more than 13 years, Ms. Kinney has been a search consultant focused on the non-profit and C-suite sector.
Ms. Iacobelli brings extensive business leadership experience to CultureSource. Most recently, she served as Greater Michigan marketing and community relations director for PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP. She was previously president and CEO of the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Ms. Iacobelli served as senior vice president for regional marketing and community relations at Huntington National Bank.
“We are thrilled to have Pam Iacobelli lead CultureSource,” said Rich Homberg, chairman of the CultureSource board and president and CEO of Detroit Public Television. “We feel that Pam’s talent, skills and background will allow the organization to achieve its mission and continue the great work of promoting and advancing the work of arts and cultural organizations in the region.
Based in Detroit, CultureSource is a professional association comprised of 115-plus organizations serving the region as non-profit enterprises for the arts and culture. It works to advance the missions and works with each of its members by helping them connect with new people and audiences, with each other, and with new opportunities.
DHR’s board & CEO practice group conducts board of director and chief executive assignments for public and private institutions across a number of industry sectors and market capital size. DHR is currently leading the CEO search for Myers Industries; it recently completed CEO placements for United Way of Salt Lake, NTENT and Pittsburgh’s Riverlife.
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