Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Another top job filled in Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra management

Gary Ginstling, CEO and president of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, is moving into the 2013-14 season with a full complement of top administrators, the latest being Steve Hamilton as vice president of finance, whose appointment was announced July 23.

The job involves overseeing the ISO's financial planning as well as managing its information technology and human resources departments. Hamilton, who will start work July 29, comes to the ISO from Redcats USA, a multichannel clothing retailer. Before that, he held senior-level finance positions with Auto Source Inc., Kentucky Fried Chicken and H.J. Wilson Co.

His interest in local arts has been expressed through board membership at the Phoenix Theatre, where he was treasurer,  Storytelling Arts of Indiana (president) and Dance Kaleidoscope.

Hamilton holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Kentucky.  He is a certified treasury professional (CTP) and a certified public accountant (CPA).

His appointment follows the recent additions to the ISO management team of Holly Johnson as vice president of development and Daniel Beckley as general manager.

1 comment:

  1. Beg the community for money for artistic purposes and then spend it on yet MORE administrators.

    Now that's a plan for more of the same. Like MN and so many other over managed music organizations in the thros of their fights for survival itself.

    Not another red cent for new seats and carpets and bloated staff until an absolute equal amount is spent on musicians.

    It appears that the size of staff is a human shrine to the egos of board members.