Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts Appoints Chief Communications And Marketing Officer

By Nicole Kuchta

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has announced Leah C. Johnson’s appointment as Chief Communications and Marketing Officer, a newly created position which aims to “unite all of LCPA’s strategic communications and marketing functions,” according to the press release.

A Harvard College graduate, Johnson holds “rich and wide-ranging experience as a communications strategist, independent board director, and entrepreneur [spanning] the worlds of nonprofit organizations, advocacy, politics, and business.”

Johnson is a skilled leader, advisor, and public speaker. She is the Founder of LCJ Solutions; an Independent Director at Pluralsight; a mentor with W.O.M.E.N. in America; a founding trustee of Pollyanna, Inc.; the Vice Chair of Planned Parenthood New York City’s Board of Trustees; a De Blasio appointed member of the Board of The Trust for Cultural Resources of the City of New York; a Trustee of the Museum of the City of New York; a member of the Board of New York Public Radio; a member of Trinity Wall Street’s Vestry; and a member of The Dalton School’s Board of Trustees.

“Our challenge is to advocate on behalf of the arts, both on and off our stages,” Johnson comments. “I’m thrilled to join the team and look forward to working alongside our world-class constituent organizations to share our collective stories and find innovative ways to help our work resonate far and wide.”