Donnerstag, 17. Februar 2022

FWD - New York Botanical Garden Seeks Vice President for Exhibitions and Programming


New York Botanical Garden
Vice President for Exhibitions 
and Programming
The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is a 250-acre National Historic Landmark, iconic living museum, educational institution, and cultural attraction. NYBG is the largest public garden located in a United States city and has been an advocate for the plant world since its founding in 1891. Anchored in the Bronx, visitors come to NYBG to connect with nature and for renowned plant-based exhibitions, science, cultural programs, and lectures. Innovative children’s education programs promote environmental sustainability and nutrition awareness. These programs educate the next generation of botanists while engaging classes inspire adults to follow a new career path or remain lifelong learners.

NYBG is committed to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment and further recognizes that diversity in its workforce, education, and science programs fosters excellence in its mission of advocating for the plants of the world. NYBG is led by a 61-member board of trustees. For the fiscal year ending June 2020, NYBG had a total reported revenue of $87.6 million, with total expenses of $83.2 million.
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