Santa Barbara Symphony News
Don Gilman Named President of Santa Barbara Symphony Board of Directors
June 28, 2017
Santa Barbara, CA — Dr. Don Gilman, an internationally recognized author, speaker, and executive coach, has been elected president of the Santa Barbara Symphony Board of Directors. He succeeds Arthur G. Swalley, who served as president for three years. Also elected to the Symphony Board’s executive committee were Pamela Johnston (secretary and development chair) and Kate Parker (member-at-large). Jon W. Greenleaf, who had been serving as secretary, was elected vice president. Christopher D. Harris and Stephen Erickson were re-elected treasurer and counsel, respectively.
“I am very excited to be working with such a talented and impressive group of individuals,” said Santa Barbara Symphony Executive Director Kevin A. Marvin. “Don Gilman is uniquely suited to build on the tremendous progress that the Santa Barbara Symphony has enjoyed under the steady leadership of Arthur Swalley. We are grateful for Arthur’s many contributions to the organization. The Symphony’s future looks very bright!”