Janine Musholt joined the Woodruff Arts Center in Summer 2013. As Senior Vice President of Advancement & External Affairs, Mrs. Musholt leads the organization’s efforts to raise over $35M in annual contributed revenue to support the Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the High Museum of Art. Recently she led the effort to complete phase one of the Art Center’s $110M Transformation Campaign; raising over $110M to grow the endowment, provide greater access for families, and transform the Center’s Alliance Theatre spaces. In addition to overseeing these fundraising efforts, Mrs. Musholt leads the Woodruff Arts Center’s communications, Board relations, food and beverage program, event sales and services, and external affairs. She has been recognized as an Arts Leader of Metro Atlanta (2014) and is currently a member of the 2019 Class of Leadership Atlanta.
Prior to joining the Woodruff Arts Center, Mrs. Musholt served as Chief Development Officer for the United States Olympic Committee, based in Colorado Springs, CO. Under her leadership, the USOC raised more than $50M annually and increased contributions every year of her tenure from 2008 to 2012. Mrs. Musholt created the USOC’s development strategies and led its multi-channel fundraising program, including major gifts, capital projects, direct mail, telemarketing, grants and planned giving. Before leading the USOC’s Development team, Mrs. Musholt was Vice President of Fundraising for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association.
She currently serves on the Board of Directors for WonderRoot, and is a Trustee of Arbor Montessori School and of the United States Luge Foundation. A New Jersey native, Musholt received a bachelor’s degree in American Studies from Dickinson College. She lives in Decatur, Georgia with her husband, daughter, two dogs and a cat.