Kelley Kritzman Named Chief Financial Officer
of Midland Center for the Arts
Midland Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the appointment of Kelley Kritzman to the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO). As the Center’s CFO, Ms. Kritzman will manage the financial operations of the $9 million not-for-profit cultural organization, including overseeing all cash flow, managing the operating budget, financial forecasting, business planning, and overseeing the finances of the upcoming $47 million Capital Campaign renovation project.
Most recently serving as Chief Financial Officer for SERVPRO of Saginaw/Bay City, Ms. Kritzman has over twelve years of experience with McLaren Bay Region Hospital, including filling in periodically as interim CFO. Prior to that, she spent almost twenty years in financial roles with increasing responsibility for Bay Regional Medical Center after graduating from Central Michigan University.
"Kelley is an exceptional leader in the region, and we are thrilled to bring her into the Center," said Jon Loos, CEO of Midland Center for the Arts. "Her enthusiasm for the Great Lakes Bay region and for Midland Center, as well as her incredible expertise and experience in not-for-profit organizations will help to move us forward as we continue to grow and serve the community.”
An involved community member, Ms. Kritzman serves as Treasurer of the Board for both Great Lakes Federal Credit Union and the Bay-Arenac Community High School. She is also a board member for the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce.
“I am so excited to bring my energy and passion for people to the Center,” noted Ms. Kritzman. “I put my heart into my work, and I look forward to working with the already strong team in place to help create even more robust growth for this regional cultural destination.”
Midland Center for the Arts is a cultural hub for the Great Lakes Bay Region and State of Michigan. Imagine a place where you can experience the best of art, science, history, music, theatre, dance, and film, all under one stunning roof. This vibrant and unique institution, housed within an architecturally significant building, is a haven for artists, students, historians, and audiences alike. With its impressive 1,500-seat auditorium, 400-seat theater, interactive museum of science and art, Midland County Historical Society, and Studio School art studios, the possibilities for entertainment and enrichment are endless. Ready to explore? Visit midlandcenter.org.
Ms. Kritzman’s photo can be found at www.midlandcenter.org/media