Carnegie Museums board elects chairman
The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh has elected William E. “Bill” Hunt as chairman of its board of trustees, museum officials announced Thursday.
Hunt has been president of The Elmhurst Group, a company that invests in commercial real estate and the hospitality and electronic security industries, since 1999. A member of the museums' board since 2012, he succeeds Lee Foster as chairman.
The Carnegie Museums board elected as trustees Carolyn D. Duronio, an attorney with Reed Smith; Mark A. Aloe, director of The William and Frances Aloe Charitable Trust; and David L. Porges, president and CEO of EQT Corp.
The board also elected philanthropist Teresa Heinz and Frank J. Lucchino, senior judge of Allegheny County Common Pleas Court, as emeritus trustees.
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