Cincinnati partner Heather M. Hawkins has been elected to the Board of Directors for the Taft Museum of Art. As a member of the board, Hawkins will help support the museum's mission to create meaningful experiences by connecting people with great art in both a historic setting and in the community.
Originally built in 1820 as a private home for several of Cincinnati's most prominent citizens, the Taft Museum of Art now boasts an expansive collection of paintings and sculptures throughout period-inspired rooms. The Taft historic house was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976 and has since become one of the finest small art museums in America. To learn more about the Taft Museum of Art and the collections currently on view, visit here.
Since 1885, Taft professionals have been dedicated to serving the community through active participation in volunteer projects, pro bono services, and leadership on various boards of local organizations. Hawkins continues to uphold Taft’s historical reputation as a steadfast supporter of not only the Taft Museum of Art but the Greater Cincinnati arts community as a whole.
Hawkins is a construction and business litigator. In her trial and dispute resolution practice, she represents general contractors, developers, architects and engineers, investors and public companies, national retailers, and international manufacturers and distributors.