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Development Director Named amid Growth at Pyramid Hill

HAMILTON, OH — Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum welcomes Stephanie Eldred as the new Development Director of the sprawling 300-acre park in Hamilton, Ohio.


Ms. Eldred started in her new role on March 18th and will be leading the fundraising and marketing efforts for the Park. The role was previously held by Sarah Templeton Wilson who became the Park’s Executive Director in January.


“We are thrilled to welcome Stephanie to the team. Her enthusiasm, positive energy, and relationship management expertise will help Pyramid Hill continue to grow as important voice in the Greater Cincinnati arts community,” said Sarah Templeton Wilson, Executive Director at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum.


Ms. Eldred joins the Park’s leadership team at a crucial time of growth and will be a great compliment to the existing staff. She has worked in the nonprofit space for over 12 years, primarily working in development and programs. As a Miami University graduate, she has a connection and admiration for the great opportunities that exist for the arts in Butler County, as well as Cincinnati.



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“I love to connect people to their passions. Pyramid Hill is a special place where visitors can choose their own adventure hiking in the Park, admiring sculptures, and learning about antiquities and exhibitions. I look forward to maintaining strong relationships and developing new partnerships in the community. I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to the growth and sustainability of Pyramid Hill,” Eldred said.


Stephanie comes to Pyramid Hill most recently from United Way of Greater Cincinnati and previously Freestore Foodbank, where she was a part of fundraising team that completed a $30 million capital campaign.


“I am grateful my career journey has been international, national, and now regional. I like to think my career journey has brought me ‘home’, in the real sense as well as return to my roots in the Greater Cincinnati community.”


Ms. Eldred has a lifelong passion for the arts. She has been singing and performing since a young age through church, Cincinnati Children’s Choir, UC College Conservatory of Music Preparatory Department, May Festival Youth Chorus, Anderson High School Choirs, Miami University Collegiate Chorale, and most recently Young Professionals Choral Collective. When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, a good Iced Americano, and purveying vintage goods.

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