New MPAC board chairman announced

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MORRISTOWN — Gregory J. Supron has been named the new Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Mayo Performing Arts Center.

Supron replaces Joseph M. Goryeb, who rotated off the Board in December 2018.

"Greg has been an instrumental and valuable Board member, helping us advance our mission to entertain, enrich and educate the diverse population of the region, and to help develop strategies to expand our programs in the future," said Allison Larena, President and CEO, MPAC. "His experience and enthusiasm will be essential as we continue to make MPAC the heart of arts and entertainment in the area for years to come."

Mr. Supron has served on the MPAC board since 2013 and has been a member of the Executive, Long Range Strategic Planning and Building Committees. He also chairs the Real Estate Development Ad-Hoc Committee. Prior to being named as Chairman, Mr. Supron served as Vice Chairman of the MPAC Board of Trustees.

"It is a privilege and an honor to be named Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Mayo Performing Arts Center," Mr. Supron said. "I have seen firsthand MPAC evolve into one of the most innovative and successful performing arts centers in the state. What MPAC has achieved in terms of artistic excellence, arts education and community outreach, and economic impact is nothing short of remarkable. I'm excited about the opportunity to help lead MPAC into the future."

Supron retired in September 2009 from Accenture PLC, where he served as Senior Partner and Managing Director from 1988-2009. He earned a B. S. in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University and an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College. Mr. Supron is also a Trustee of the Interfaith Food Pantry in Morristown.

Greg and his wife, Wendy, are long-time supporters of the Theatre. They have three grown children, Michael, Andrew, and Emily, and reside in Bernardsville.

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