Magazine article Sculpture

From the Chairman

Magazine article Sculpture

From the Chairman

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Four years ago, I accepted the role as Chairman of the ISC Board of Trustees with a great sense of anticipation for what we could achieve. I have enjoyed success in my business life and believed that, by applying strong business practices to the ISC, the Board could accomplish great things. One of our first acts was to develop a strategic plan. Goals and objectives were set for program development, member bene- fits, enhanced Web services, exciting events, and, of course, great publications. Since then, the ISC Board and staff have generated much success. ISConnects, a new lecture series, was received with great enthusiasm. A patron, two educators, and four Lifetime Achievement recipients have been honored. Two books have been published. Hundreds of students have been engaged and encouraged. Conferences have been held in Chicago, New Zealand, and Miami. More than ever, we are truly an international organization.

One thing I have learned from the last four years is that you cannot measure the success of the ISC by its balance sheet. The business side of the organization is necessary to ensure that we are able to deliver the many services we have pledged to provide. At the same time, the richness of our work must be taken into account: encouraging one another as we seek new ways to promote sculpture is most important. …

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