Marlene Nathan Meyerson
Marlene Meyerson served as the Chair of the American Foundation for AIDS Research benefit in Dallas in 1994 and 1996, and each year successfully raised $1 million. She is a long serving member of the Ransom Center's Advisory Council and is a past Chair. She serves on the Executive Committee of The University of Texas Chancellor's Council. She is also a member of the Junior League of Dallas, the National Council of Jewish Women, the Dallas Architecture Forum, and the Advisory Board of the Dallas Woman's Foundation.
Currently, Meyerson divides her time between New York and Santa Fe. In New York, she serves on the Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art and the Visiting Committee of the Department of Photography of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. She is the Co-Chairman of the Alfred Stieglitz Society of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and serves on the Acquisitions Committee of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum. In New Mexico, Ms. Meyerson serves as the on the Board of Directors of SITE Santa Fe.
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