Hamilton, OH - Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum announces the departure of Executive Director, Sean FitzGibbons
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum today announced changes to its senior administrative team. Sean FitzGibbons will resign his position as Executive Director effective December 18, 2020, to pursue an opportunity outside of the organization. Lee Sanders has been appointed Interim Director while the institution begins an external search for Mr. FitzGibbons permanent replacement.
“I have worked with Lee on many occasions in the past. I am confident that the level of professionalism and experience that she brings to the role of Interim Director will secure stable leadership in this time of transition,” explained Sean FitzGibbons
Dr. Sanders commented, “I am both humbled and delighted to be returning to Pyramid Hill. I enjoyed my previous time at the park because of the beautiful setting, the mission of the park, and the amazing staff. Sean FitzGibbons has taken the park to the next level during his term as Executive Director. We will miss him and his creative practicality, but intend to continue to make Art in Nature accessible to an increasingly broader population.”
Lee Sanders bring more than 20 years of experience in leadership positions to the role, including her previous tenure as Interim Director of Pyramid Hill during 2018 and 2019. Before joining Pyramid Hill, Dr. Sanders served as a faculty member in mathematics and in several administrative roles at Miami University Regionals for 29 years, retiring in 2013. She also served as the Interim Director at the YWCA of Hamilton, in 2017-18. Dr. Sanders will work closely with Pyramid Hill’s administrative staff and Board of Directors as the organization continues to execute its plans for expansion, including the incorporation of Fortified Hill into the park’s grounds.
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About Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum:
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum brings people to art in nature. The park features over 60 pieces of monumental outdoor sculpture in a natural setting of hills, meadows and forests. The Ancient Sculpture Museum features Greek, Roman, Etruscan, Syrian, and Egyptian sculpture dating to 1550 B.C. General Admission for the park is $8 for adults $3 for children.
Thank you to our sponsors: ArtsWave and The Hamilton Community Foundation.
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum
1763 Hamilton-Cleves Rd.