Emily Culler works closely with leadership annual donors to the Interlochen Annual Fund and IPR whose philanthropy supports scholarships, artistic excellence, thoughtful journalism, and outstanding original public radio programming at Interlochen.
Before joining the Philanthropy team in the summer of 2015, Culler served as Manager of Campaign Planning and Board Relations at WGBH in Boston, MA, and as Development, Alumni Relations, and Outreach Officer at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. She has nearly 20 years of experience as a non-profit and arts management professional specializing in development, campaign planning, community outreach, volunteer leadership, and donor/alumni relations for arts and public media organizations.
Culler is also a vocalist (soprano) and avid chamber musician. She is an original core member of the Boston-based Lorelei Ensemble and as a soloist, she has appeared with the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra, the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and the Marsh Chapel Collegium, among others. She was a soprano choral scholar with Boston University’s Marsh Chapel Choir, which performs weekly services for audiences throughout New England and around the globe via WBUR. She continues to perform regionally in northern Michigan.
B.M., Vocal Performance - Samford University
BMus Special Course - Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London
M.M., Vocal Performance - Boston University
M.S., Arts Administration + Certificate in Fundraising Management - Boston University