Dorothy Dunn

Principal, Dorothy Dunn & Associates

Dorothy Dunn is a creative leader and catalyst, cultural producer, and educator. Working with the Getty Museum, Smithsonian Institution, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Buckminster Fuller Institute, The Rubin Museum of Art, the Philip Johnson Glass House, AIGA, Wassaic Project, and Manitoga, among others, Dorothy is recognized for launching organizations, cross-disciplinary programs, strategy, partnerships, and products that promote positive engagement and stimulate creative leadership and action. In addition to Open House New York, Dorothy is on the board of En Garde Arts, IDSA, and the Greater Hudson Heritage Network. She serves as an advisor for the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art and is a Special Trustee of the Sara Little Turnbull Foundation. On her family farm in Illinois, Dorothy grows black walnut trees as a source for sustainable hardwood.