Everyman Theatre has announced the appointment of three new members to its board of directors. Jean W. Brune, Leonard Sherman and Kelly Keenan Trumpbour officially began their tenures in July. These additions to the board ensure Everyman will continue to benefit from a diversity of experience and voices.
“As the Founder of Everyman Theatre, I am excited and honored at the level of expertise and support for governing that these three leaders in the Baltimore community have to offer,” said founding artistic director Vincent M. Lancisi. ”The future of Everyman is in very good hands.”
Brune was the head of school at Roland Park Country School for the past 24 years and retired this past May. She was named one of The Daily Record’s Top 100 Maryland Women in both 2012 and 2016. She serves on Baltimore Education Scholarship Trust as a trustee emerita and is the president of the Association of Maryland and D.C. Schools Board.
Sherman is the COO and CFO of Evergreen Health Cooperative in Baltimore and has served formerly as CFO with the Kentucky Health Cooperative, a health insurance nonprofit based in Louisville. Sherman serves on the boards of the Maryland Association of Health Underwriters and a healthcare technology company.
Trumpbour is a founding venture partner of NextGen and a board member of the Baltimore Angels. She is also the founder of See Jane Invest, where she invests in startups founded or co-founded by women. Trumpbour also serves as an advisory board member to Venture for America, Betamore and Baltimore’s Social Impact Hub.