Kim Sajet, President and CEO of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, talks about her organization’s decision to give away its three-dimensional objects.
Kim Sajet, joined the Historical Society of Pennsylvania (HSP) as president and CEO in April 2007.
Prior to her position at HSP, Ms. Sajet was Senior Vice President at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Director of Corporate Development at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and held two art museum directorships in Australia.
Ms. Sajet has over twenty years of experience in non-profit management and holds a Masters Degree in Art History from Bryn Mawr College, a Bachelor of Arts from Melbourne University, a Graduate Diploma in Museum Management from Deakin University (Melbourne), and an M.B.A. from the University of Melbourne Business School.
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