Jo Anne Rioli Moeller, Sue Patterson and Christine Stiller Join Cultural Council Board


The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County today announced the appointment of three new members to its board of directors. Jo Anne Rioli Moeller, Sue Patterson and Christine Stiller join the board of directors as the Cultural Council continues to enhance the quality of life in Palm Beach County with support for the arts, education initiatives, community enrichment and economic growth through cultural tourism in The Palm Beaches.

“We are delighted to welcome our new directors to the board,” says Cultural Council of Palm Beach County Board Chairman Bert Korman. “We are pleased that Jo Anne, Sue and Christine have chosen to share their time and expertise with the Cultural Council. The board looks forward to increased world-class artistic and educational initiatives that will reap benefits for Palm Beach County.”

“The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County welcomes Jo Anne, Sue and Christine to our extremely dedicated board of directors,” said Rena Blades, president and CEO of the Cultural Council. “They join us at an exciting time as the arts play an increasingly vital role in the region’s social welfare and economic growth. Their knowledge, dedication and belief in the value of culture in the community will further our mission of improving lives through the arts.”

Jo Anne Rioli Moeller is founder and principal of J.A.R. Moeller, LLC, providing management guidance on compensation and benefit program design and execution within the context of a Total Rewards Program to companies that operate both domestically and internationally. Moeller is a frequent speaker on Total Rewards topics and has served on cross-industry groups such as the Business Roundtable Committee on the Affordable Care Act. She has more than 20 years of experience leading global compensation, benefits and HRIS departments at Fortune 500 companies including Office Depot, John Deere, Zimmer Holdings and SunTrust. She has been active in the non-profit community with service on boards including the Bobby Dodd Institute and Wunder’s Cemetery. A retired U.S. Navy Commander, Moeller holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Western Michigan University and a Master of Science in Public Administration from DePaul University.

Sue Patterson has served as a senior vice president/art director for J. Walter Thompson advertising agency in New York. Patterson serves on the art and education boards at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as the Dreyfoos School of the Arts and Palm Beach Day Academy boards. She holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Fine Arts degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she was an all-American swimmer.

Christine Grennan Stiller is president of the Stiller Family Foundation, where she creates scholarship opportunities for high school and college students and supports educational programs for children. She is founder and president of the Adventure Girls of Vermont. Stiller has served as a board member of the United Way of Chittenden County, VT, and was active on its allocations committee. An accomplished businesswoman, Stiller established a sport horse breeding business in Vermont. She captured gold and silver medals at the North American championships as coordinator of the Area 1 Young Riders Association. She attended Hunter College in New York City, majoring in European History.

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Cultural Council of Palm Beach County Board of Directors

Bert Korman, Chair
Irene Karp, Vice Chair
Bruce Beal, Vice Chair
William Parmelee, Secretary
Christopher D. Caneles, Treasurer
Jean Sharf, Event Chair
Peg Anderson
Michael J. Bracci
Howard Bregman
Cressman Bronson
Donald Ephraim
Shirley Fiterman

Roe Green
Herbert S. Hoffman
Raymond E. Kramer, III
Robin B. Martin
Jo Anne Moeller
Suzanne Niedland
Susan Patterson
Kelly W. Rooney
Nathan Slack
Christine Stiller
Dom A. Telesco
Ethel Issacs Williams

Mary Lou Berger
Glenn P. Jergensen
Andrew Kato
Sylvia Moffett
Erica Whitfield


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