The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) has elected Gregory C. Ferrero as president of its board and named Alia Tutor as a new trustee. Ferrero is a manager of a domestic and Latin American wealth management business in Florida. He succeeds Jeff Krinsky, who served as president for three years. Under Krinsky’s leadership, the museum acquired a number of significant works, created new endowments, integrated new technology, and welcomed its millionth visitor.
“The PAMM family is thrilled to have Greg Ferrero as its new president,” said Aaron Podhurst, chair of PAMM’s board of trustees. “Greg is a trusted advisor to some of the wealthiest families in the world. He has always been dedicated to helping the community as a volunteer. His dedication to the arts will help PAMM and all of the cultural institutions as they work together to make South Florida a better place to live.”
Tutor is a philanthropist and humanitarian, and established the Alia Tutor Chair in Reproductive Medicine at University of Southern California. She is also a member of several boards, including the Southern California regional board of directors for UNICEF, the board of trustees for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and the board of trustees of the Aspen Music Festival and School.