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museum professional

Virginia Carollo Rubin, museum professional. Named Outstanding Fund Raising Executive, National Society Fund Raising Executives, 1998. Member advisory board The Bell Campaign, San Francisco, since 1999; member Business Arts Council, San Francisco, 1995-1997. Member Art Museum Development Association (president 1996).

Background

Rubin, Virginia Carollo was born on February 10, 1943 in Newark. Daughter of Albert and Mildred (Bernardino) C.

Education

Bachelor, Rutgers University, 1965. Master of Arts, University Pennsylvania, 1966.

Career

Assistant director, assistant secretary-treasurer Management Institute for National Development, New York City, 1966-1969. Educational planner New Jersey Department Education, Trenton, 1969-1971. Director development, secretary to board Antioch School Law, Washington, 1971-1974.

Program and development director Mexico American Legal and Educational Fund, San Francisco, 1975-1976. Executive associate director Exploratorium, 1976-1988. Director development San Francisco Museum Modern ARt, 1988-1996.

Director development and marketing Exploratorium, since 1996. Chair finance task force Yerba Buena Cultural Center, San Francisco, 1981. Member technical advisory committee Yerba Buena Cultural Program, San Francisco, 1981-1983.

Co-chair Bay Area Arts Advocacy Campaign, San Francisco, 1981.

Membership

Member advisory board The Bell Campaign, San Francisco, since 1999. Member Business Arts Council, San Francisco, 1995-1997. Member Art Museum Development Association (president 1996).

Connections

Married Richard Rubin, August 10, 1969 (divorced March 1985). Children: Lynsey, Alexis, Pilar.

father:
Albert C.

mother:
Mildred (Bernardino) C.

spouse:
Richard Rubin

child:
Lynsey Rubin

child:
Alexis Rubin

child:
Pilar Rubin