Board Members

Nanci Lanni

Board Chair

Frances Kern Mennone

Vice Chair

Jack Whalen

Treasurer

Michelle Martin-McDulin

Secretary

Honi Cohen

Bill Groth

Aaron Hufford

John Fabelo

Mark Hecquet

Christine Meyer

James Fitton

Fredrick Holzberger

Barbara Wilks

Staff

Sean FitzGibbons

Executive Director


Why I Like Working Here: 
I am really proud of the work we do at Pyramid Hill.  Everyone at the park is focused on our mission statement, “Bringing People to Art in Nature.”  From community outreach projects and events programming to grounds maintenance, our mission statement is always front and center.   

Favorite Park Feature:

I enjoy the way that the natural landscape frames the art work.

Favorite Sculpture

Abracadabra - Alexander Liberman

Favorite Event:

Art Exhibition Openings

Liz Eversole

Office Manager


Why I Like Working Here: 
I like working at Pyramid Hill because I get to work in a gorgeous park.  

Favorite Park Feature:

I really enjoy the view from the Overlook Patio.

Favorite Sculpture: 

Still Life - Ed Benevente 

Favorite Event:

Meteor Shower

Gabi Roach

Project Manager


Why I Like Working Here: 
I enjoy working at Pyramid Hill because it combines two of my passions - Art and Nature!  

Favorite Park Feature:

My favorite park feature is the Ancient Sculpture Museum... and the many hiking trails.

Favorite Sculpture

Adam's First Breath - Sam McKinney 

Favorite Event:

Art and Earth Day

Nikki Koedel

Event Sales Manager


Why I Like Working Here: 
I like working at Pyramid Hill because it allows me the opportunity to work with the community on their most special events.

Favorite Park Feature:

I like the Lodge. It is a beautiful and secluded location within the park. 

Favorite Sculpture

Skybound - Barton Rubenstein 

Favorite Event:

Holiday Lights on the Hill

Grace Bornemann

Administrative Assistant


Why I Like Working Here: 

I enjoy working at Pyramid Hill because it is unique. There is a new adventure every day!

Favorite Park Feature:

My favorite park feature has to be the Overlook Patio 

Favorite Sculpture

Life's Twists and Turns - Greg Loring 

Favorite Event:

Art in the Park

Caitlyn Koedel

Visitor Center Staff


Why I Like Working Here: 

I enjoy the concept of mixing art with nature.

Favorite Park Feature:

I like how the park has the Ancient Sculpture Museum in the middle of it surrounded by contemporary and modern sculpture.

Favorite Sculpture

Serpentine Column - Christoph Spath 

Favorite Event:

Art and Music Festival

Grounds Crew

Gary Taxis

Foreman

Damian Lynch

Crew Member

Greg Williams

Crew Member

Ray Marshall

Crew Member

Brian Bishop

Crew Member

Volunteers

Glen Kindness

Museum of Ancient Sculpture Docent

 

Why I Volunteer: 

Pyramid Hill provides a restful environment in which to savor exceptional sculpture, ancient and modern.

Favorite Park Feature: 

The Overlook. There is nothing like it in Butler County

Favorite Park Sculpture: 

Cincinnati Story - George Sugarman

Favorite Park Event:

Art in the Park

Interns

Kelsie Antoloci
Miami University

Favorite Sculpture:

Abracadabra - Alexander Liberman

My Future Plans:

To find a career to settle into! I would love to work partly remote and use my combined assets of both development and design to help convey ideas and stories. 

My time at Pyramid Hill taught me:

 Being able to work for Pyramid Hill has allowed me to utilized the skills I have on a technical, coding aspect, and as an artist and designer. I have been able to fuse these to provide solutions and organization, while also bringing technology, community, nature and art together. 
 

 


 

Jerry Lynch 

Museum of Ancient Sculpture Docent


Why I Volunteer: 
I enjoy and look forward to interacting with the guests to enhance their experience, young and/or mature.  Volunteering allows me to help an organization I believe in, by giving my time in areas they feel necessary.  It is one of the most relaxing and stress free environments you can visit in today’s high society.

Favorite Park Feature:

Nature and the interspersing of monumental Sculpture.

Favorite Sculpture

Abracadabra - Alexander Liberman

Favorite Event:

Holiday Lights on the Hill

 

Johnathan Briar

University of Cincinnati

Favorite Sculpture:

Wherefore Art Thou - Sam McKinney

My Future Plans:

After college, I want to pursue a career as an animator/illustrator in entertainment, preferably in the gaming industry. Ultimately, however, I just want to be able to dedicate myself to my practice, making fulfilling work that I can be proud to share with others. 

My time at Pyramid Hill taught me:

My time at Pyramid Hill has helped me gain a better understanding of understanding office culture, task management, and professional communication. More importantly, I learned to have an open mind, which is important to do as I continue working to achieve my goal. 

George Estes
University of Cincinnati

Nick Jung
Miami University

Favorite Sculpture:

Serpentine Column - Christoph Spath

My Future Plans:

When I graduate from college, I hope to continue to working in the art field. My end goal is to renovate an old building that will hold my studio, rent-able studio spaces for artists, a gallery, and art workshops for community members.

My time at Pyramid Hill taught me:

While at Pyramid Hill, I observed the importance of communicating with those you work with. I also gained a better understanding of not-for-profit organization operations. I would like to continue to work for not-for-profit to guide me towards my ultimate dream of my owning my own organization. 

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Hamilton, Ohio

1763 Hamilton Cleves Rd., Hamilton, OH 45013

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