Malcolm Rogers, Former Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Joins the Board of Trustees
November 15, 2016
We are delighted to announce that Malcolm Rogers, who recently retired as the Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is joining the Board of Trustees at The International Museum of World War II.
Rogers, who undertook many building renovation projects at the MFA, and raised over $500 million to building a new wing for the MFA’s American art collection, has an understanding of the challenges and capabilities of The International Museum of World War II. He brings deep professional experience to the Board, as well as enthusiasm for the mission of the Museum.
Rogers served as Deputy Director of the National Portrait Gallery in London before being appointed in 1994 as the Ann and Graham Gund Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where he served until 2015, when he retired.
We welcome his expertise, leadership, and extensive knowledge of the museum experience.