Siri Horvitz serves as Director of Government and Community Relations at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. She also serves as the organizational liaison with New York City’s Cultural Institutions Group (CIG), a group of 34 cultural institutions that reside on City-owned property, and are thus mandated to provide cultural services accessible to all New Yorkers. She was recently elected to the Board of the Lincoln Square Business Improvement District (BID), serving as President Henry Timms’ alternate. Prior to joining Lincoln Center, Ms. Horvitz served as Senior Grants Officer at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), where she raised money for MoMA’s educational programs serving students, adults, seniors, and people with disabilities and special needs. She began her career at The Jewish Museum, first serving as the Assistant to the Director of Education and then as Grants Officer.
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Image of a woman with light olive skin and freckles from the shoulders up with dark brown curly hair and cat eye, tortise shell glasses wearing a black shirt. The background is a blank tan wall. Box with the ASL interpreter in the bottom corner Text: Siri Horvitz.