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  • Oct 2014 8

    Karen Roter Davis and Rich Mintz Join CDP Board of Directors

    The Cultural Data Project today announced that two new members have been elected to its national Board of Directors: Karen Roter Davis, general manager of Urban Engines, a Los Altos, California-based global provider of software and analytics solutions to improve urban mobility, and Rich Mintz, executive vice president of Blue State Digital, a digital strategy agency and technology company headquartered in New York City.

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  • Aug 2014 11

    Mario Garcia Durham Joins Cultural Data Project Board of Directors

    The Cultural Data Project, the leading resource for high-quality dataon the nonprofit arts and culture sector, today announced that Mario Garcia Durham, President and CEO of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP), has been elected to its Board of Directors.

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  • Feb 2014 6

    Larry Bomback to join CDP as COO/CFO

    The Cultural Data Project (CDP) today announced that Larry Bomback will join the organization as Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer, effective February 24, 2014.

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  • Jul 2013 1

    Texas joins the Cultural Data Project

    CDP is pleased to welcome Texas with its vast, varied and diverse cultural community to the Cultural Data Project.

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  • Apr 2013 1

    The CDP Begins Operations as an Independent Nonprofit

    As of April 1, the Cultural Data Project has made the big leap to independence!

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  • Jan 2013 30

    Introducing the CDP’s New CEO

    After a six-month national search that attracted a large pool of extraordinary candidates from across the country, CDP is delighted to announce that Beth Tuttle will become our president and CEO.

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  • Jun 2012 1

    CDP launches in Minnesota

    The CDP is delighted to announce that on June 1st, Minnesota will become the 12th state to join the Cultural Data Project. The launch will allow the state’s arts, cultural, and historical sectors to begin using hard data to make the case for their impact throughout the state.

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  • Oct 2011 1

    Cultural Data Project Launches in DC

    Arts and cultural organizations in the District of Columbia will now have access to state of the art technology to help them strengthen their management capacity and demonstrate their value and impact in communities.

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