Ronson takes on new job at art gallery

Janyce Ronson’s new role will see her take responsibility for the AGGV’s annual fundraising and community outreach initiatives

Janyce Ronson is the new Director of Advancement for the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.

Jon Tupper, Director of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria announced that Janyce Ronson is the new Director of Advancement at the gallery.

Ronson has been a member of the gallery’s senior management team since 2007 as the manager of gallery services.  Ronson’s new role will see her take responsibility for the Advancement Department which includes the AGGV’s annual fundraising and community outreach initiatives.

“Janyce has a deep understanding of the gallery, our donors and the community,” said Tupper, “She and her team will be working to build on and achieve new heights of success for the AGGV in the years ahead.”

Ronson has an extensive background in working with non-profit and government organizations in strategic planning and development in both Alberta and Ontario. Prior to joining the gallery she had a successful career in retail management in Victoria.

Ronson holds an M.Sc. from the University of Guelph in resources development and planning and a bachelor of environmental science from the University of Waterloo in urban and regional Planning.

She began her new role at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria on Aug. 20.

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