New York – Terry White of the Amarillo Symphony, has been elected to the League of American Orchestras Volunteer Council, the League announced today.
The Volunteer Council provides leadership skills and assistance to orchestra volunteers through ongoing education and communication. The group serves as a link to the League of American Orchestras by informing the national group of critical volunteer issues and delivering essential learning and leadership development information to home orchestra volunteer associations.
“For more than half a century, the Volunteer Council has contributed to the growth, development, and ultimate success of their home orchestras and the League of American Orchestras,” said League President and CEO Jesse Rosen. “We are grateful to Terry White for continuing this vital tradition.”
“I am very excited about my appointment to the Volunteer Council of the League of American Orchestras,” said Terry White. The council consists of an amazing group of women from across the United States who are major supporters of their individual symphonies and are dedicated to assisting symphony guilds in all aspects of their missions.”
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