Meet the Leadership Alliances Team
Relational Art and Biomorphic/Large-Scale Sculpture
Lilly Goldberg is the leadership alliances senior coordinator at Americans for the Arts. In this role, she works closely with the vice president of leadership alliances to create and manage relationship-building programs that forge and improve connections with individuals across the country. In addition, she serves as the logistics lead for Americans for the Arts’ signature gala, the National Arts Awards – which honors those who have exhibited outstanding leadership in the visual and performing arts, arts education, advocacy, and philanthropy – as well as other DC and regional cultivation events.
Lilly joined Americans for the Arts in November 2011. Prior to that, she served as the development associate and special events manager at Imagination Stage, where she produced all of the institution’s special events while streamlining the company’s donation processes to increase its contributed income line.
Lilly graduated from the University of Manchester, England with an M.A. in museum studies and received her B.A. in art history and English from Keene State College. While in graduate school, Lilly co-founded the Digital Heritage blog, a forum that examines the theory and practice of digital media in museums, galleries, and other cultural and heritage institutions.
A native of Connecticut with deep Washington roots, Lilly enjoys the great outdoors and is an avid supporter of the local bluegrass and visual arts scenes.