The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) in Ohio promoted two staff members to its senior management team and hired a chief revenue officer, a new position for the institution. Adam Levine, most recently associate director and curator of ancient art at TMA, has been tapped to be the museum’s deputy director, and Lynn Miller, previously assistant director, has been named associate director. The new chief revenue officer is Kristina Crystal, previously the chief administrative officer of Deluxe Entertainment Services, an entertainment company based in Burbank, California.
“These three proven leaders are key to ushering the Toledo Museum of Art into its next exciting phase of growth and development,” Brian Kennedy, the museum’s director said in a statement.
Before Deluxe Entertainment Services, Crystal held several positions at Accenture, a management consulting and professional services firm for which she worked on consulting for corporate growth.
Before joining the Toledo Museum in 2013, Levine worked as a collections management assistant in the Greek and Roman art department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Some of his curatorial credits at TMA include “I Approve This Message: Decoding Political Ads,” “Glorious Splendor: Treasures of Early Christian Art,” and “The Mummies: From Egypt to Toledo.”
Miller, who joined the museum in 2013, began her career at the museum as director of human resources and was named assistant director in 2016.