lawyer Daniel Burke has joined the Major Gifts Committee, the firm announced Wednesday in a news release.
“We are fortunate to welcome the expertise and dedication that Dan Burke brings to our organization,” foundation President Gary Feder stated. “His background will be of particular assistance to the foundation in documenting gifting and project implementation procedures. We are experiencing great success thanks to a growing and talented volunteer workforce.”
The foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the arts, history, parks and sustainability in the city.
Burke graduated this year from the Leadership Clayton program sponsored by the . He is part of Armstrong Teasdale's practice groups on real estate, public finance and future energy.
Burke holds a law degree from Washington University and a bachelor's degree from Miami University-Oxford in Oxford, OH.