Cape Symphony & Conservatory Names New Members to Board of Trustees

Steven Heslinga

HYANNIS – The Cape Symphony & Conservatory has announced the appointment of two new members to their board of trustees for the 2018/19 season.

Steven Heslinga of Centerville moved to the Cape back in 2014, and currently serves as Partner & Vice President at Heslinga & Tate Wealth Management Group in Hyannis.

Barnstable native Elizabeth Nill joins the board in addition to being a Senior Executive at Harvard University. She has also worked at the Association for the Preservation of Cape Cod, and the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education.

Douglas MacDonald will continue to serve as Board Chair, and Ellen Dickinson remaining Vice Chair.

The Cape Symphony & Conservatory Board of Trustees is involved in policy setting, fundraising, strategic planning and financial management.

Board members are active advocates for the Cape Symphony & Conservatory in the community, helping to bring awareness to the joint mission of Inspiring Joy through the Arts.

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