The El Paso Museum of Art Foundation, the nonprofit which funds acquisitions, conservation/preservation, education and interpretation, not provided for by the City of El Paso, has announced it’s new executive officers for 2014: David Bernard, President; Katherine Brennand, Vice President; Jackson Curlin, Treasurer; and Rebecca Krasne, Secretary.
New board members were also announced: Allan M. Goldfarb, Charles de Wetter, and Stacey Hunt.
Allan M. Goldfarb, a native El Pasoan, is a partner and Chairman of Kemp Smith’s Business Department. Mr. Goldfarb’s primary focus is working with and advising owners and principals of closely-held and family businesses. In addition, Mr. Goldfarb has extensive experience in probate and estate matters, including tax planning and filings with the IRS.
Charles de Wetter is the current Covenant Real Estate Managing Broker for west Texas and southern New Mexico and former President of De Wetter Hovious, Inc. He is chairman of El Paso’s Make-A-Wish Foundation a board member of the El Paso Community Foundation, and a past president of the Center Against Family Violence.
Stacey S. Hunt is a community advocate and volunteer. She worked in San Francisco and El Paso as an occupational therapist prior to having children. She is on the board of the El Paso Children’s Development Center, the El Paso Opera, Kids Excel El Paso, and the Lydia Patterson Institute. Mrs. Hunt was also a member of the Junior League of El Paso.