Tim Hallman is an experienced museum administrator, strategic thinker, and problem solver adept at cultivating diverse and inclusive purpose-based organizations. He serves as the director of communications & business development at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, responsible for driving audience and community engagement, revenue generation, and sustainability. For the past 20 years in various leadership roles, he has helped guide the museum’s response to the pandemic, dramatic transformation via rebranding, capital campaigns, and facility expansions (two!), and managed strategic business plans, exhibitions, and public programs, leadership changes, and organizational restructuring.
Wednesday June 2
The networking session will include social break-out rooms, which iDEA Summit facilitators will lead. This session is an opportunity to engage in peer-peer learning and share out reflections. The discussion will include an overview of the conference and connecting themes. The themes will be based on attendees’ thoughts on previous conference sessions, shared on the Google Jamboard.