Sandra Masur, a Chicago native residing in Washington, D.C., earned her MA from the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Masur went on to have a successful career as an international economist working in Congress as well as the US Treasury. Subsequently, she worked for Eastman Kodak Company and led the business coalition in favor of NAFTA. After ten years with Kodak, Masur moved on to the National Gallery of Art as the head of the Office for Corporate Relations. She was responsible for special exhibitions fundraising and raised millions in that capacity over five years. Over the past 15 years, Masur has pursued her passion for art.
She has served on a number of boards involving the arts, assistance for families afflicted by cancer, and the education of low-income children, including the DC board of Posse which provides scholarships to outstanding urban youths. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Hirshhorn.