Pasadena Museum of History honors Denise Nelson Nash
Denise Nelson Nash ’76 joins an elite group of men and women on October 3, 2009, when the Pasadena Museum of History honors her as a “Contemporary History Maker.” Since 2000, the museum has recognized individuals whose “civic passion, innovative design, or charitable interests continue to shape Pasadena’s unique and rich heritage.”
Effective September 1, Nelson Nash was appointed the acting associate vice president for communications at Caltech, and was formerly the executive director of the arts, City of Pasadena. Her volunteer activities include the Tournament of Roses Foundation, where she serves as president, the Pasadena Symphony Advisory Council, and Scripps College Alumnae Council.
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