Kathie Scobee Fulgham Named Interim Executive Director Of Sculpture Fields

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Kathie Scobee Fulgham has been named interim executive director of Sculpture Fields. Former Executive Director Catherine Clifford resigned to accept a position with the Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy.

Board Chairman John Henry said, "Regretfully, I have accepted the resignation of Catherine Clifford from the position of executive director.  Cathy is leaving us to accept a position with the Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy. 

"Cathy has served Sculpture Fields extremely well during the critical period leading up to our opening, as well as the subsequent year and a half of the Park’s existence.  Her hard work and leadership have insured the parks sustainability and the place in the community it now occupies.

"On behalf of the board of directors of Sculpture Fields at Montague Park, I want to thank Cathy for her contribution and to wish her great success in her new position.

"I would like at this time to announce the appointment of Kathie Scobee Fulgham as interim executive director of Sculpture Fields at Montague Park. Ms. Fulgham has, from the beginning, been involved with the park and has worked with Cathy Clifford on many of the events and initiatives. Ms. Fulgham will work with the board to sustain present objectives and assist in our national search for a new executive director. 

"We are excited to welcome Kathie Scobee Fulgham to Sculpture Fields and look forward to this new chapter in the further development of our story."


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