Leah Day VanHorn currently serves as the Director of the President’s Office at Central Park Conservancy. In this role, she is working alongside the President & CEO to steer the care and support of Central Park into a new era of sustainability, and serves as a liaison to trustees, senior staff, government officials and Park users.
Prior to joining the Conservancy, Leah spent ten years at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts where she was a member of the Lincoln Center International team and the Founding Producer of the Lincoln Center Global Exchange, a gathering of world leaders dedicated to exploring how art and artists are catalyzing innovative solutions to urgent global challenges. Leah also spent four years growing a robust private event rental portfolio for the institution and two years as a member of the Strategy and Business Development group. She earned her BA with distinction from Middlebury College.
Leah has enjoyed almost ten years as a devoted supporter of Opening Act. She is a founding member of the Opening Act Social Board for young professionals and joined the Board of Directors in 2014.
Why Opening Act?
Leah’s dedication to this inspiring organization is simple – the impact is local, and it gives students living in our own neighborhoods a chance to #dreambig.