The new board members, representing a wide geographic area of Palm Beach County, are Cressman D. Bronson of Jupiter, Donald M. Ephraim of Palm Beach Gardens, Peg Greenspon of Boca Raton, Robin B. Martin of Palm Beach, Kelly Wall Rooney of Juno Beach and Nathan Slack of Delray Beach.
“Our new board members represent an outstanding cross-section of the business and arts communities all over Palm Beach County,” said Cultural Council Board Chairman Bert Korman, “we are so pleased to welcome them to our board, and look forward to the know-how and insight each will bring.”
Cressman D. Bronson is currently PNC Bank’s Regional President and Head of Commercial Banking for east coast of Florida; Don Ephraim has been practicing law for nearly 60 years, and is the Chair and namesake of the Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival; Peg Greenspon is a retired business management executive and long-time active member of civic life in Boca Raton, including her current position as secretary of the board of the Boca Raton Museum of Art as well as its Chair of Development; Robin Martin is a Director of the Palm Beach Civic Association and holds board positions with several prestigious national arts organizations; Kelly Wall Rooney is a graduate of Lynn University’s Hospitality Management program who has lived all over Central and South America, and is currently an accomplished athlete; Nathan Slack started his career at J.P. Morgan and has held various roles at the bank’s offices around the world, he is a Managing Director and Market Manager at J.P. Morgan Private Bank on Palm Beach, and serves on the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County.
“In addition to their business and arts acumen, these individuals – and our entire board – represent communities from Boca Raton to Jupiter, which further helps us to identify the areas of need and growth in the arts all over Palm Beach County,” said Rena Blades, Cultural Council of Palm Beach County president and CEO.
Note to Editors: Interviews with Cultural Council board members can be arranged, and high resolution images are available for downloading here.