David Green has been named assistant vice president of advancement at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts ofMiami-Dade County. He will be responsible for developing and advancing major gift initiatives. Before joining Arsht, he was executive director for the University of Miami’s Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. Green has a bachelor’s in the history of art and architecture, and an MBA, from Harvard.
Rod Ball elected to board of directors for Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Radio and Television Artists
The Norton Museum of Art has named Holly Davis as deputy director of development. Before joining Norton, she was assistant dean for development at the University of Miami’s College of Arts and Sciences. She has also served as chief development officer at the School of Management at George Mason University in Virginia.
Seminole Casino Hollywood has named Robert E. Victoria as marketing director. He has more than 20 years of experience in executive marketing and operations for multi-property casino, entertainment and resort destinations. Before joining Seminole Casino Hollywood, he worked at Victoria WW LLC, an operations and marketing consulting firm.
Jennifer Gibbs has recently joined the Miami Science Museum as senior vice president of development. She will be responsible for leading the Capital Campaign project to build the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, which broke ground in Downtown Miami earlier this year. Before joining the museum, she was vice president of development for public television station WPBT2 in Miami, where she directed major gift fundraising, on-air fundraising, corporate underwriting and membership services.