Boston Arts Academy Foundation (BAAF) is pleased to announce that philanthropist and long-time securities and regulatory law counsel, Stephanie Brown, has joined the Boston Arts Academy Foundation’s Board as Investment Committee Chair.
A resident of Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, Brown specializes in securities, corporate and regulatory law and counsels clients on business and financial regulatory issues. She joined Markun, Zusman, Freniere and Compton in September, 2013 and previously served as General Counsel and Managing Director at LPL Financial. She received a B.A. degree, cum laude, from Bryn Mawr College and a JD from Catholic University of America. She is a member of the Massachusetts and District of Columbia Bars.
“Supporting Boston’s cultural and art endeavors is a passion for me,” said Brown. “I look forward to serving Boston Arts Academy Foundation’s Board as we work to increase fundraising and outreach. Together we can help to grow the next generation of artists, scholars and engaged global citizens in our city.”
“Stephanie Brown brings a unique skillset to our Board,” said BAA Foundation President and CEO Denella J. Clark. “Her partnership as BAA Foundation’s new Investment Committee Chair is pivotal in the Foundation and Boston Arts Academy’s ability to create opportunities for the students we serve.”
Stephanie Brown is philanthropically involved in a number of organizations across the city in addition to Boston Arts Academy Foundation, including Boston Ballet, Rosie’s Place, Museum of Fine Arts, Celebrity Series of Boston, and Boston Philharmonic Board of Overseers. She is also a trustee at Bryn Mawr College and the Farnsworth Art Museum.