Madelaine D'Angelo

Founder & CEO at Arthena

Madelaine D'Angelo is the founder and CEO of Arthena. Madelaine has also worked as a Fellow at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, the Office of the Director at The Museum of Fine Art in Boston, and an Intern at the Smithsonian Institution's Freer and Sackler Galleries.

D'Angelo has a passion for art and has spent their career working in various museum settings. Madelaine has experience with exhibit planning and production, managing special projects, handling donor relations, and providing administrative support to museum departments. Madelaine is also skilled in research, database management, and customer service.

D'Angelo's experience has given their a well-rounded understanding of the inner workings of a museum. Madelaine is able to provide invaluable insights and guidance to Arthena's clients who are looking to build or expand their art collections.

Madelaine D'Angelo has a M.A. in Museum Studies from Harvard University, and they also have an Appraisal Studies in Fine and Decorative Arts from New York University. Madelaine has a B.A.B.S in Management with a Concentration in Finance and a Minor in Art Theirtory from The Catholic University of America, and they did a Semester Abroad in Theirtory of Costume at École Parsons à Paris.

Some direct reports include Conrad Hess - VP, Engineering, Ralph Segreti - Chief Revenue Officer, and Paulina Amato - VP, Operations.


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  • Founder & CEO

    January, 2014 - present

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