Randall Museum Friends Welcomes Tiffany Loewenberg as Executive Director
“As a longtime and frequent visitor to the Randall Museum, Tiffany has great respect for this unique community resource,” said Michelle Cooke, RMF Board President. “Her enthusiasm for the Randall mission and culture, and her proven community-building skills will be invaluable assets for leading Randall Museum Friends in implementing its plan to expand the impact of the recently renovated Randall Museum.”
RMF strives to raise general awareness of the museum, allowing more people to know about and have access to the classes and resources that the museum offers. “Achieving this goal requires working purposefully to pursue its mission of inspiring creativity, curiosity, and a love of learning about the world around us,” explained Cooke. “For the Friends’ new executive director, we sought someone who has demonstrated a collaborative approach in their work, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a record of revenue generation, who would respect and support the exemplary public-private partnership that exists between the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and Randall Museum Friends.”
“For generations of San Franciscans, the Randall Museum ignited a love of science, natural history and the arts. That inspiration continues today, thanks to the Randall Museum Friends,” said Phil Ginsburg, General Manager of San Francisco’s Recreation and Parks Department. “I am pleased to welcome Tiffany Loewenberg, an experienced fundraiser who believes strongly in the Randall’s mission and will ensure its strong future.”
“I am thrilled to be the new executive director of Randall Museum Friends,” said Tiffany Loewenberg. “I’m passionate about hands-on learning and believe strongly that the environment in which you learn can help foster creativity. The Randall Museum was our family’s first AND favorite museum when the kids were young and started exploring, and it left a deep impression on me. Everyone has a Randall Museum story. I am eager to work hand in hand with the excellent personnel at the museum and the board of Randall Museum Friends to help build upon the museum’s many successes. I look forward to using my community connections and relationships to support the Randall mission, bringing excitement around learning to a wider audience.”
About Tiffany Loewenberg
Tiffany Loewenberg is an experienced leader and seasoned fundraiser with strong communications skills and proven success in project management, event planning and relationship building. Since 2010 she served as Executive Director of Noe Valley Chamber Music (NVCM), where she imbued the organization with energy and enthusiasm, focusing on sustainability, community building, and growing NVCM’s brand. As the sole staff member, Loewenberg led NVCM in a bold new direction, building it from a small neighborhood concert series to a comprehensive chamber music experience that reached new audiences through innovative programming, world-class performers and a robust children’s education program.
A successful entrepreneur and energetic problem solver, Loewenberg co-founded a business-to-business food company in New York that produced innovative products. She received her undergraduate degree in Classics at Stanford University.
Loewenberg lives in San Francisco with her husband, three children, and two dogs. She is passionate about education and loves being outdoors. When she isn’t working, she can usually be found running, hiking, fishing, or playing frisbee or tennis with one of her children — or tending her backyard chickens.
About the Randall Museum & the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department:
The Randall Museum, located at 199 Museum Way at Corona Heights Park, is owned and operated by San Francisco’s Recreation and Park Department with a mission to inspire creativity, curiosity, and a love of learning about the world around us. In fulfillment of this mission, the Museum offers an integrated program of arts and sciences to children, youth and adults through opportunities for hands-on learning and recreation, focusing on the cultures and environment of the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information about the Randall Museum the public may call 415-554-9600 or visit www.randallmuseum.org.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department’s Mission is to provide enriching recreational activities, maintain beautiful parks and preserve the environment for the well-being of our diverse community. For more information about SF Rec and Park please visit www.sfrecpark.org.