Last updated on November 21st, 2019 at 11:10 am
The United Performing Arts Fund announced Tuesday that it has named three Milwaukee business leaders as co-chairs for the 2020 UPAF Campaign.
They are: Tami Garrison, community affairs director of MillerCoors; Justin Mortara, principal of the Mortara Group and former chief executive officer of Mortara Instrument; and Rolando Rodriguez, chairman, president and CEO of Marcus Theatres.
“UPAF is always so fortunate to attract phenomenal co-chairs for our annual campaign and 2020 will continue the tradition,” said Deanna Tillisch, president and CEO of UPAF. “Since my first UPAF Campaign in 2012, I have had the privilege of working with 23 exceptional co-chairs, all of which have shared a passion for the performing arts and recognized their important contribution to the quality of life we enjoy in the Greater Milwaukee area. I am proud to share my last UPAF Campaign with this dynamic team. Tami, Justin and Rolando each have a history of community involvement and strong support of the performing arts.”
The 2020 UPAF Campaign will run from March 2 through June 10.
Last year’s campaign raised $11.9 million for its 14 member groups. The co-chairs for that campaign were: Jim Barry III, president and CEO of The Barry Company; Sandy Botcher, vice president of field experience at Northwestern Mutual; and Tim Stewart, attorney and shareholder at DeWitt Ross & Stevens.