Stacey Silver is the West Regional Director of the Society of Fellows at the Aspen Institute.
In this role, she builds philanthropic and intellectual partnerships in the Bay Area that are critical to the mission of the Aspen Institute. She engages and grows the Institute’s most vital constituency for unrestricted giving through the curation of programming on topics that reflect the Aspen Institute’s policy areas: health and society, economics, the justice system, the arts, science, technology, and leadership.
Silver also manages the Morris Series for Leadership and Innovation helping bring the mission and work of the Institute to an invited group of supporters, friends, and new audiences in the San Francisco area. Prior to her role with the Aspen Institute, she worked for leading cultural organizations such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Contemporary Jewish Museum in leadership marketing, communications, and development roles. She holds a B.A. from the Northwestern University where she majored in art history and women’s studies. Silver enjoys spending free time with her family (and labradoodle Izzy!), playing tennis, and taking advantage of the California lifestyle.