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Ms. Joy Satterlee

Broward County | 2/3/2015 - 12/31/2017

Appointed by: Senate President Gardiner

Ms. Satterlee has served as Executive Director at the Art and Culture Center/ Hollywood (ACCH) since April 2005 after serving as Interim Director (May 2004 to March 2005) and Deputy Director (2002-04). She oversees and directs all aspects of a multi-disciplinary arts non-profit organization that is one of just eight to be designated a Major Cultural Institution by the Broward County Commission (out of 800+ Broward nonprofit cultural entities).

Since 2013, Ms. Satterlee has served on the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. This 15-member advisory council advises the Secretary of State on cultural grant funding and on matters pertaining to culture in Florida.  Additionally, she serves on the Advisory Committee for Girls’ Club Gallery Fort Lauderdale and is a Board member of the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce (ex-officio). Ms. Satterlee is also a member of the Florida Association of Museums, Funding Arts Broward, Citizens Interested in the Arts and the Broward Women’s Alliance. Ms. Satterlee serves as Grants Chair and/or on Grant Committees for state and local arts entities/organizations.  

In spring 2016, Ms. Satterlee participated in the Center for Creative Leadership, a top-ranked, global provider of leadership development with 19 other Broward County nonprofit leaders. This program is ranked among the world’s Top 5 providers of executive education by Financial Times and in the Top 10 by Bloomberg Business Week.

In March 2017, Ms. Satterlee received the 2017 Community Leadership Award from the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce at its annual Business Leaders Awards Luncheon..  In addition, Ms. Satterlee was awarded the Florida Association of Museum’s Service Award by her peers for Outstanding Mid-Career Professional at a ceremony in Tampa in September 2011. In July 2006, she graduated from the Harvard Business School’s “Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management” program in Boston.

Before coming to ACCH, she served in a temporary full-time capacity as Cultural Affairs Project Administrator for the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs. From 1991-2002, she was Director of Administration and Public Relations at the Miami Museum of Science & Space Transit Planetarium. Prior to that, she worked for 12 years in the for-profit field.

She has been recognized for administrative abilities by ArtServe, South Florida Business Leaders, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), Women in Communications, and others.