Philanthropist Ann Hatch Joins United States Artists’ Board of Trustees

United States Artists, an arts funding council formed in 2005 by the Ford, Rockefeller, Prudential, and Rasmuson Foundations, announced on Monday that philanthropist Ann Hatch has joined the organization’s board of trustees. Hatch, based in San Francisco, has supported arts organizations in California for decades: she founded the San Francisco–based Capp Street Project in 1983 and the Workshop Residence in 2007, along with cofounding the Oxbow School—an arts high school in Napa—in 1997.

United States board chair Steven H. Oliver said, ““Over the years I’ve watched Ann work tirelessly to support the arts in northern California. In this new role, her commitment, enthusiasm, and decades of experience serving on the boards of national arts organizations will benefit artists across the country.”