Director, Advancement & Philanthropy
Boston, MA, USA
Sarah Dylla is Director of Advancement and Philanthropy at MASS Design Group. She has worked in cultural organizations for nearly 15 years with an eye toward institutional advancement and content strategy. Whether leading creative projects or administration, her work has helped organizations grow responsibly, optimize the unique opportunities they hold, and expand the impact of their mission.
Prior to joining the team, Sarah worked heavily in museums, libraries, and historic sites, with a personal mission to encourage public interaction with the humanities and shed light on lesser-known narratives. She served as the Museum Director for the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta, the Curator for Atlanta 96: Shaping an Olympic and Paralympic City at the Atlanta History Center, and held collections and access roles in the special collections libraries at Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University. Sarah has also worked at the Savannah Music Festival and Virgin Islands National Park. She holds a B.A. from the University of Virginia in Art and Art History and an M.A. from Brown University in Public Humanities.