CBCA is excited to announce the appointment of four new members of the Board of Directors: Radhika Mahanty, Malik Robinson, Meg Satrom and Suzanne Yoe.
“We are fortunate to have a Board of Directors that represents and values the important intersection of arts and business. Each of these new Board members will bring a unique perspective to our work at CBCA,” said Mark Davidson, CBCA Board Chairman and Director at Fairfield and Woods.
Director of Marketing & Community Relations, Larimer Associates
Radhika Mahanty is the Director of Marketing & Community Relations at Larimer Associates. In this role, Radhika oversees branding, media relations, sponsorships, community partnerships, and events for Larimer Square and Union Station. She also serves as the Executive Director for the Larimer Arts Association, which puts on the annual Denver Chalk Art Festival. Radhika brings more than 20 years of professional experience in communications, strategic marketing and fundraising, as well as a passionate commitment to advancing art and individual artists.
Executive Director, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance
Malik Robinson is Executive Director of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance (CPRD). Internationally recognized, CPRD has been a leader in preserving the heritage of American modern dance choreographers. CPRD is also distinguished for its arts-in-education and advocacy work. Malik is a Livingston Fellow and Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) Fellow. He serves on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Blacks in Dance, the First Lady of Denver’s Bringing Back the Arts, Denver School for the Arts Friends Foundation, and a Dance/USA Trustee.
Director of Marketing & Human Resources, Sheridan Ross
Meg Satrom is the Director of Marketing & Human Resources at Sheridan Ross, the area’s largest and oldest intellectual property law firm. Prior to joining the firm, Meg was the editor of Law Week Colorado and State Bill News. Meg has worked with nonprofits such as the Gill Foundation and the Center for Legal Inclusiveness. Meg is a licensed attorney with a background in all aspects of marketing and communication, as well as an MFA in creative writing. She is a 2017 graduate of CBCA’s Leadership Arts program.
Director of Communications & Cultural Affairs, Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Suzanne Yoe is the Director of Communications & Cultural Affairs at Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA), where she has worked for more than 20 years. Suzanne works to strengthen the reputation of DCPA — the largest nonprofit theatre in the nation. She is the DCPA’s liaison to civic organizations including VISIT DENVER, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and Scientific & Cultural Facilities District. She sits on the board of the Scientific & Cultural Collaborative. Suzanne is a 2016 graduate of CBCA’s Leadership Arts program.