Michener Art Museum in Doylestown welcomes Dr. Vail P. Garvin, Patricia Gorsky, and Rhoda McKinney-Jones to the museum’s board of trustees.
Garvin is president and CEO of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce. With a background in health care, Garvin has held leadership positions with many other nonprofit organizations. She lives in Upper Makefield Township.
A resident of Buckingham Township, Gorsky and her husband, Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky, are active in the Doylestown-area community. Gorsky has served on the board of directors of the Village Improvement Association, which owns and operates the Doylestown Health system.
Book editor and writer McKinney-Jones, the youngest daughter of the late civil rights leader, the Rev. Dr. Samuel B. McKinney of Seattle, has supported Michener’s Jazz Night since its inception nearly 25 years ago. A former print news reporter, McKinney-Jones has written for several national outlets, from the Chicago Tribune to Ebony magazine.