The Carmel Symphony Orchestra (CSO), the 85-member Resident Orchestra at the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts, has added fundraising leader Marc Huber to their administrative team as director of development. Huber’s addition will continue to allow for the strategic support of the CSO’s mission of enhancing the community’s quality of life in a fiscally responsible manner through creative, artistically excellent performances and educational experiences for diverse audiences of all ages.
“We are pleased to have Marc join our team,” says Alan Davis, president and ceo of the Carmel Symphony Orchestra. “His vast non-profit experience at both the local and national level will serve as a great asset to the Carmel Symphony Orchestra as we continue to grow, evolve, and bring beautiful music to our community.”
Huber, a graduate of Barat College, joins the CSO with 17 years of experience in non-profit fundraising. Prior to joining the Carmel Symphony Orchestra, he served as director of development for IUPUI University Library and as assistant director of development at the American Library Association, where he focused on corporate giving. He also has previously worked as director of major gifts and planned giving at the American Academy of Pediatrics and as annual giving officer at The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. He had his start in fundraising managing the annual mail and phone fundraising campaign for Barat College of DePaul University. A Fishers resident and an over a decade member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Huber is active in his community, enjoys spending time with his family, and has his first book on fundraising releasing soon.
“I’m excited to join the team of talented musicians and the dedicated staff and board of directors at the Carmel Symphony Orchestra,” says Huber.