Melody Kanschat

Claremont Graduate University

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Melody Kanschat is executive director of the Getty Leadership Council at Claremont Graduate University. She was previously the president and COO of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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Paul Matt, chairman of MATT Construction, who passed away on June 30 
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