|IS183 Art School of the Berkshires Adds Three to Board|
|12:32PM / Friday, February 24, 2017|
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — IS183 Art School's Board of Directors has announced the addition of Joyce Bernstein of New Marlborough, Rose Ellis of Williamstown and Robin (Schultz) Gerber of New Marlborough to the Board.
"We are thrilled to welcome Joyce, Rose and Robin to the Board of IS183," said Andy Foster, IS183 board chair. "The addition of their energy, expertise and enthusiasm will be of significant value to our community art school. I, and the entire board, look forward to working with them closely in the years to come."
Bernstein's resourcefulness is resounding as an entrepreneurial and creative executive with experience in real estate development, management and marketing. More recently she is on the Mass MoCA Board of Trustees and is active in private and public community development projects, refugee resettlement, international travel, conservation and farming.
An obsessive gardener, art and film buff and contemporary art collector, Bernstein lives with her husband, Larry, in New Marlborough.
Ellis, former superintendent of schools in Williamstown, has dedicated her education leadership career to promoting education that is high quality, future-focused and innovative. Today, she works with non-profit organizations on visioning their future, developing strategic plans, and optimizing internal processes.
She lives in Williamstown with her husband, attorney Steven Green.
Gerber, owner of Robin Schultz Interior Design, brings her creativity, energy and enthusiasm to board service with IS183. She has a strong belief in giving back to the community and is evidenced by her donation of design services to The Little Firehouse Theater in Oradell, which is home to the Bergen County Players. She was recently elected to the Board of Berkshire Playwrights Lab.
Gerber lives with her husband, Stan, and their two Shih Tzus in New Marlborough.