World Monuments Fund Names Jonathan S. Bell as Vice President of Programs
New York, NY, March 4, 2020– World Monuments Fund (WMF) today announced Jonathan S. Bell as its new Vice President of Programs. Dr. Bell will be the first individual to hold this newly created position. Since 1965, WMF has partnered with local stakeholders to safeguard more than 600 sites worldwide, including Angkor Archaeological Park in Siem Reap, Cambodia; the Forbidden City’s Qianlong Garden in Beijing, China; and Civil Rights sites across Alabama in the United States.
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