Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council elects new Board President

Friday, February 23, 2018

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is pleased to announce that Dominica Myers, a currently serving member of the Arts Council Board of Directors, has been elected to the position of Board President. 

Ms. Myers has a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Leadership from Seattle University, as well as many years of experience as a performing and teaching theatre artist in Seattle and Los Angeles, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts from Central Washington University.

“We’re so excited about the energy, expertise, and vision that Dominica Myers brings to our leadership team. The community couldn’t ask for a better arts advocate, and I couldn’t ask for a better partner to guide our organization into the next chapter.” --Lorie Hoffman, Arts Council Executive Director

Professionally, Ms. Myers specializes in board relations and administration at Seattle Opera. This connection to the larger regional arts scene has proven invaluable as a starting point to strengthen partnerships and build connections that benefit our local community.

In addition to her service with the Arts Council, Ms. Myers has been on the Advisory Committee for Shoreline Community College’s department of Performance Arts/Digital Filmmaking since 2012, and is a current Shoreline School District parent.

“The joy of living and raising a family in a community as vibrant and welcoming as ours is a direct result of intentional and continued investment in arts and culture over time. For more than 25 years, the Arts Council has played a key role in cultivating and shepherding that investment, and I am truly humbled by this leadership opportunity in giving back to an organization that has given so much to our community.” – Dominica Myers, Arts Council Board President

Before joining the Arts Council Board in 2016, Ms. Myers volunteered as Director of the Arts Council’s Readers’ Theatre program, focusing on nurturing the play development process of local emerging playwrights by mounting public staged readings of their new works, featuring professional actors.

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501c3 nonprofit focused on cultivating creativity and inspiring our community through the arts. Last year Arts Council programs served over 25,000 people in Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, and the surrounding region.


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