Jan Jarboe Russell, San Antonio, TX
Jan Jarboe Russell, journalist and author, is Vice President of the Linda Pace Foundation. She was appointed a trustee by Linda Pace when Linda founded the foundation on April 23, 2003. During a long career in journalism, she has published hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles in a number of publications including the San Antonio Express-News, Texas Monthly, Slate, The New York Times, and s. She is the author of Lady Bird: A Biography of Mrs. Johnson, published by Scribner’s in 1999. In addition, she is the co-author with Linda Pace of “Dreaming Red, Creating ArtPace,” published in 2003, the story of an artist residency program founded by Pace that is located in San Antonio. She lives in San Antonio.
Kathryn Kanjo, Santa Barbara, CA
For seven years, Kathryn Kanjo served as the second Executive Director of Artpace San Antonio. Her tenure defined a period of programmatic growth and increased visibility for the organization. Working with Linda Pace, Kanjo established the Artpace Board of Directors, helped conceptualize CHRISpark, and advised on art acquisitions. Following her departure, Kanjo became the Director of the University Art Museum at UC Santa Barbara from 2006 until 2010. She is currently the Chief Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, where she worked in the early 1990s. She has also held curatorial posts at the Portland Art Museum, Oregon and the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Equitable Center, New York City. She has organized one-person exhibitions by Leonardo Drew, Isaac Julien, Catherine Opie, Nancy Rubins, and Diana Thater, among others. Kanjo received a B.A. in art history and English literature from the University of Redlands and an M.A. in art history and museum studies from the University of Southern California. She has served on the Linda Pace Foundation board since 2007.
Rick Moore, President, San Antonio, TX
Rick Moore is the President and former CEO of the Linda Pace Foundation. He resigned as CEO in January 2010 to assume another CEO position for a family office in San Antonio. For twenty-five years, he has represented tax-exempt organizations in formation, governance, stewardship, and taxation issues. He came to work for Linda in 2001 and performed all of the legal, financial, and investment oversight roles for her various for-profit and non-profit entities. He had the opportunity to work closely with Linda on a daily basis on her objectives, goals, and plans for the future, and was immersed in contemporary art by Linda. He helped her form the Linda Pace Foundation in 2003 and joined her on the board as one of the initial trustees. In addition to being a lawyer and a CPA, he is a frequent lecturer on legal and taxation issues relating to philanthropy. He is on the board of MD Building Products in Oklahoma City and various social organizations in San Antonio.
Anne Hodges Morgan, Norman, OK
Anne Morgan is a consultant who specializes in working with foundations, trusts and not-for-profit organizations. Dr. Morgan was a consultant to Linda Pace and Art pace from 1996 until Linda's death in 2007. She is currently a trustee of the Kirkpatrick Family Foundation, the Kirkpatrick Family Fund, Oklahoma City, and The Caldwell Foundation of Tyler, Texas. She has served as Vice President for Programs of the Kerr Foundation of Oklahoma City and later as President and Trustee of the Robert S. and Grayce B. Kerr Foundation. She is a former Trustee of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation of Kansas City, Missouri and the Oklahoma City Community Foundation as well as past President and Chair of the Conference of Southwest Foundations and a member of the board of the national Council on Foundations.
Dennis Scholl, Miami Beach, FL
Dennis Scholl is the Vice President / Arts for the Knight Foundation. He oversees the foundation's national arts program, including the Knight Arts Challenge and Random Acts of Culture. He is well known as a collector of contemporary art for over three decades. Dennis is also the founder of a series of initiatives dedicated to building the contemporary art collections of museums, including the Guggenheim, the Tate Modern and the Miami Art Museum. He is a two time regional Emmy winner for his work in cultural documentaries. Dennis is also the co-founder of Betts and Scholl, an award winning wine project. In 2012, he will be a Fellow at Harvard University’s Advanced Leadership Initiative, focusing on the role of culture in community engagement. Previously he was a practicing attorney and CPA.