Greg Cameron

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Greg Cameron comes to The Joffrey Ballet with extensive strategic leadership, community partnership and development experience at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA), the Art Institute of Chicago and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs. Highlights of his three decades-long career here include cutting his teeth at the Department of Cultural Affairs before rising through the ranks at the MCA to become Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations. He then joined the Art Institute as the Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations before returning to the MCA to serve in various head positions, culminating as Deputy Director and Chief Development Officer. Most recently, he served as COO at WTTW/WFMT, where he started as Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer in 2008.

Cameron has served as an Adjunct Professor in Arts Administration of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and as an Adjunct Professor in Museum Practices at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Cameron currently serves as Board Chairman of The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago and, over the years, has served as a member on the board of numerous cultural and community institutions, including the Young Women’s Leadership Charter School, Arts Alliance Illinois, 3Arts and Donors Forum of Chicago. He has also served on multiple committees throughout the years, including the School of the Art Institute Fashion Committee, the University of Illinois at Chicago Visiting Committee, College of Architecture and the Arts, Center on Halsted and Links Hall.