Anne Munsch

Former Chief Financial Officer at Terra Foundation For American Art

Anne Munsch

Anne Munsch

Former Chief Financial Officer at Terra Foundation For American Art

Biography

Anne Munsch, Chief Financial Officer, The Peabody Essex Museum
PEM welcomed Munsch in January 2011. She came from the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), where she served for 12 years. As CFO at IMA, Munsch oversaw all accounting, budgeting, investing, banking, risk management, human resources and compliance activities. In previous roles she also supervised computer and information systems initiatives, and retail and merchandising enterprises. During her tenure, IMA’s operating budget grew from $10 million in 1997 to $25 million in 2009. Moreover, Munsch provided critical financial leadership for a $220 million capital campaign, and handled all the financial aspects of the subsequent capital expansion.A sports enthusiast and avid tennis player, Munsch was the controller for the United States Rowing Association, where she oversaw the accounting and finance functions of the organization, and before that, she was an auditor and senior accountant for several firms.Munsch completed her undergraduate work at Indiana University with a major in accounting and a minor in French, and earned a Certificate of Strategies in Nonprofit Management from the University of Chicago's Graham School of General Studies.

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Terra Foundation For American Art
The Peabody Essex Museum, Inc.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art, Inc.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Terra Foundation For American Art

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Assistant Registrar at Terra Foundation For American Art

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Project Director, Art Design Chicago at Terra Foundation For American Art

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Program Director, Education Grants & Initiatives at Terra Foundation For American Art

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Program Director, Exhibition & Academic Grants at Terra Foundation For American Art

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Director, Registration at Terra Foundation For American Art

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Director of Finance at Terra Foundation For American Art

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Grant Reviewer at Institute of Museum & Library Services

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Executive Vice President at Terra Foundation For American Art

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Former Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer (Retiring) at Terra Foundation For American Art

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Anne Munsch
Former Chief Financial Officer at Terra Foundation For American Art
Career History
Chief Financial Officer
Current

Established in 1978, the Terra Foundation for American Art is dedicated to fostering the exploration, understanding, and enjoyment of the visual arts of the United States. With financial resources of more than $250 million and an exceptional collection of American art from the colonial era to 1945, it is one of the leading foundations focused on American art, and devotes approximately $12 million annually in support of American art exhibitions, projects, and research worldwide. Mission The Terra Foundation for American Art is dedicated to fostering exploration, understanding, and enjoyment of the visual arts of the United States for national and international audiences. Recognizing the importance of experiencing original works of art, the foundation provides opportunities for interaction and study, beginning with the presentation and growth of its own art collection in Chicago. To further cross-cultural dialogue on American art, the foundation supports and collaborates on innovative exhibitions, research, and educational programs. Implicit in such activities is the belief that art has the potential both to distinguish cultures and to unite them.

Chief Financial Officer
Prior - 2015

The roots of the Peabody Essex Museum date to the 1799 founding of the East India Marine Society, an organization of Salem captains and supercargoes who had sailed beyond either the Cape of Good Hope or Cape Horn. The society’s charter included a provision for the establishment of a “cabinet of natural and artificial curiosities,” which is what we today would call a museum. Society members brought to Salem a diverse collection of objects from the northwest coast of America, Asia, Africa, Oceania, India and elsewhere. By 1825, the society moved into its own building, East India Marine Hall, which today contains the original display cases and some of the very first objects collected.

Chief Financial Officer
Prior

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Inc. operates an art museum. It features collections of African, Asian, European, and contemporary art, as well as a collection of design arts. The firm offers visitors a view of arts and culture through its collection of a number of works of art that spans thousands of years of history from across the world's continents. Its collections include paintings, sculpture, furniture and design objects, prints, drawings and photographs, as well as textiles and costumes. The company was founded in 1883 and is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN.

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