The Center for the Performing Arts announced today the addition of two board directors and the election of Frank Basile as vice-chairman of the board of trustees. The new directors are Keith Allman and Tom McGowan.
“Frank Basile is a dynamic leader and well-respected in the arts community,” said Steven B. Libman, President/CEO of the Center for the Performing Arts. “Frank has been a tremendous member of the board. As vice-chairman, his insight and vision will continue to shape our future. His impeccable character and passion for the arts speaks volumes.”
Allman is the President of Delta Faucet Company, the largest U.S. manufacturer of residential and commercial faucets. He has a Mechanical Engineering Degree from General Motors Institute and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
McGowan is President and Chief Operating Officer of Kite Realty Group Trust, a publicly traded real estate investment trust. He has 25 years experience in the real estate industry. Over the course of his career he has been involved with the development of over $350 million of downtown Indianapolis developments.
The board additions bring meaningful experience, said Libman. “Keith and Tom are both shining stars in their respective industries. It is a great honor to welcome their expertise to the Center’s oversight and governance board.”