Corporate Involvement

The nation’s first global entrepreneurs founded the Peabody Essex Museum in 1799 with a bold vision to collect and share objects of art and culture from around the world. Today, businesses involved at PEM advance our mission to enrich and transform people’s lives by broadening their perspectives. There are many reasons to join the PEM family, and we offer unique opportunities for you and your business to benefit our community, achieve valuable exposure, fulfill your philanthropic goals and connect to your passions, all while reaching our affluent audience of approximately 250,000 visitors annually from the Boston area and beyond. We would be delighted to build a customized package to best meet your needs and create a win/win partnership with you.

PEM Corporate Committee

The Corporate Committee works to ensure a strong, vibrant future for PEM. Our members are ambassadors for the museum and help to guide our work with businesses—locally, nationally and globally. They help PEM celebrate outstanding artistic and cultural creativity that transforms lives.

Tracey B. Hartford, Chair
Director of Client Services, Windover Construction

Brian R. Birke
Shareholder, Adler, Pollock & Sheehan P.C.

John D. Colucci
Corporate Attorney – Managing Director, TradeCenter Office, McLane Middleton

Thomas A. Dionne
Vice President of Business Development/Chief Estimator, Connolly Brothers, Inc.

Leonard F. Dolan
Vice President, Eaton Vance Investment Counsel

Maryann Knight Ekberg
Managing Director, U.S. Trust, U.S. Trust

Deborah Greel
Structures North Consulting Engineers

Brian F. Gregory
Senior Vice President, Boston Private

Amy E. Hunter
Senior Consultant, Cambium Consulting Group

Jennifer Benson Kelly
Executive Director, AMG Foundation, Affiliated Managers Group, Inc.

Lanse Robb
Principal, LandVest/Christie’s International Real Estate

Gregor Smith
Partner, Smith + St. John

Jean Verbridge, ASID, IIDA
Principal, Siemasko + Verbridge

Jessica Wistran
Attorney, Glovsky & Glovsky, LLC