Midge Woolsey, Development Consultant
For over thirty years, Midge Woolsey worked on-air for the nation’s flagship public television station,Thirteen/WNET and New York’s premier classical radio station, WQXR. She also worked behind-the-scenes as a production executive with legendary journalist Bill Moyers, award-winning filmmaker David Grubin and Great Performances series creator Jac Venza. Since retiring from broadcasting, Midge enjoys working as a development consultant for arts organizations such as the Young Concert Artists. Midge has undergraduate degrees in theater and music, and a master’s degree in opera performance. She is a Trustee of the Fountainebleau Associations, and the Institute for Music and Neurologic Function founded by the late Dr. Oliver Sacks. She also serves on the advisory boards of several other nonprofits including the Martina Arroyo Foundation and the Interschool Orchestras of NY.