Rupert Jenkins assumed the position of CPAC Executive Director in November 2011 after serving two years as Board Chair. From 2007-2011 he worked as Editor and ad hoc curator for the University of Denver’s Victoria H. Myhren Gallery, and for CPAC as Board President. Jenkins was director of the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery from 1995-2005, and is former Associate Director of SF Camerawork (1989-1995). While in those positions he curated, juried, and organized numerous exhibitions of photography in the Bay Area. His most recent curatorial projects are Situating Robert Adams (November 2011 for CPAC) and Warhol in Colorado (co-curator/catalog editor, January 2011 for the Myhren Gallery. email email@example.com
Stephanie Lindsey joins us as Program Director, which is a new position developed to lead the alignment of our exhibition and education programs. She is an experienced teacher, photographer, and community activist, and promises to bring a defined focus and innovative approach to our programming activities. email firstname.lastname@example.org
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Sherea Spalding is our Director of Operations since July 2011. As such she manages the CPAC facility, coordinates volunteer activities, and oversees all administrative duties alongside and Executive Director. Sherea holds her BFA from Metro State University in Photography and as a student exhibited with CPAC in 1998. She can be reached at 303.837.1341 or by email to email@example.com
BOARDS, VOLUNTEERS & INTERNS
CPAC relies on a large pool of volunteers and interns to support organizational needs. Governance and professional support is provided by a Board of Directors, Advisory Committee, and Exhibition Committee.
Inquiries from volunteers should be directed to Sherea Spalding. Internship inquiries should be directed to Rupert Jenkins. Both can be reached at 303-837-1341 or by email at the above addresses.