Prominent Local Construction Project Manager Named to Art Organization’s Board of Directors
10/09/2015

Sean Leonard, president and CEO of S.L. Leonard & Associates, has joined the board of directors for the Studio Channel Islands Art Center

Online PR News – 09-October-2015 – Camarillo, Calif. – Sean Leonard, president and CEO of S.L. Leonard & Associates, has joined the board of directors for the Studio Channel Islands Art Center, a nonprofit organization that provides creative learning experiences through art programs for people of all ages.

“Sean’s combination of community involvement and business experience makes him a welcome addition to our board,” said Maggie Kildee, board chair and founder of the Studio Channel Islands Art Center.

Leonard is a recognized leader in construction project management with more than 30 years’ experience in the Southern California real estate development and construction industry. In conjunction with his team, he has managed and/or consulted on the design or construction of nearly 1.4 million square feet for nonprofits in Ventura County. Active in the community, Leonard also serves as the vice chair of the board of directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme, is vice board chair of A Community of Friends, developers of low-income and special needs housing and board member of the Ventura County Medical Resources Foundation.

Studio Channel Islands Art Center in Camarillo is a cultural hub with more than 20 studios for nearly 40 working artists. The Center hosts first-class art classes, exhibitions of both local and national artists held in the Blackboard Gallery, Meet-The-Artist programs, docent tours and workshops for all ages.

S.L. Leonard & Associates is a comprehensive real estate development and project management firm based in Camarillo. The firm has worked on numerous high-profile projects, including the Camarillo Public Library, VCCF Nonprofit Center, California Endowment’s Headquarters and Conference Center, City of Hope Helford Replacement Hospital, the Working Artists Ventura (WAV) development, Museum of Ventura County expansion, many K-12 and higher education projects and multiple affordable housing projects totaling over 2,000 units. For more information, call (805) 445-4668 or visit www.slleonard.com.