Arts Fort Worth announced Amy Rasor has joined the nonprofit as its Director of Giving, responsible for raising and stewarding charitable funds to support Arts Fort Worth’s continuing efforts to For every person to see themselves and experience their stories through the arts in Fort Worth.
“As Arts Fort Worth celebrates its 60th anniversary and refines its vision for the next 60 years, the arts community will find it has a tremendous advocate and leader in Amy Rasor,” said Wesley Gentle, Arts Fort Worth Executive Director and President.
Ms. Rasor joins Arts Fort Worth from Better Business Bureau. She received her degree in Art History from the University of North Texas and began her career at the Amon Carter Museum as the head of the sales department. Ten years later, she transitioned to Girls Inc. of Tarrant Couty and served as the Chief Development Officer where she was responsible for fundraising, events, marketing, and volunteer management. In 2018, Rasor took on the role of Regional Director for the Better Business Bureau where she represented the BBB in the community through events, speaking engagements, educational sessions, and media appearances. Amy is married to Michael Rasor, an entrepreneur owning multiple businesses and an award-winning graphic designer. Amy and Michael have two children, both of which are talented artists as well.
Ms. Rasor shared, “I am thankful for the opportunity to join the team at Arts Fort Worth where I can live my passion and purpose. The arts are a special part of every city and the work I will do will help remove barriers and allow people to create and experience art throughout our community.” Fort Worth arts sector is largely shaped by generations of tremendous philanthropic support. the role of Director of Giving is vital to the success of Arts Fort Worth’s mission to nurture, promote, and support the arts in the community.