Tomski-Faville is new Cultural Center executive director
For the City Times
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – The Central Wisconsin Cultural Center Board of Directors has named Connie Tomski-Faville as the new full-time executive director.
Tomski-Faville comes to the center with experience in nonprofit arts leadership, business management, and as a performing artist. She serves as president of Friends of Rapids Music, a nonprofit that she founded to support music educators, music students, musicians and music lovers in central Wisconsin. In addition, she most recently worked as the human resource Manager at Pearl Engineering and currently works as an adjunct instructor at Mid-State Technical College.
“Connie has collaborated with the Cultural Center over the years on events and projects to expand the arts in our community,” said board chair, Stephen Kipfer. “During an initial transition period, Connie will work with our two part-time Co-Executive Directors Mary Olson and Carol Davis who will retire during 2021. The entire Cultural Center team is extremely excited for Connie to bring her vision, wealth of knowledge, and enthusiasm into this leadership role.”
Tomski-Faville begins her duties on July 13.