Ann Rowland has been with LACMA since 1985 and CFO since 1997. She oversaw the tax exempt borrowing for LACMA, beginning in 2004, borrowing funds for Transformation Projects which included building the Broad Contemporary Art Museum at LACMA (BCAM), BP Pavilion entrance plaza, east-west concourse and subterranean parking garage. Additional borrowing in 2007 included funds for the Resnick Exhibition Pavilion, outdoor art installations and renovation of LACMA West. Ms. Rowland also oversaw restructuring of debt in 2008 following the economic meltdown.
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