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Charlottesville, VA Business News

Monticello VP to leave for position in Montana

Posted by lbanner on November 13, 2007

Kat Imhoff, Vice President of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, which owns and operates Monticello, will leave on January 31, 2008, to become executive director of The Nature Conservancy in Montana. Ms. Imhoff was appointed the Foundation’s chief operations officer in February 2000 and was named a vice president in 2005. Prior to joining the Thomas Jefferson Foundation staff, she was executive director of the Preservation Alliance of Virginia.

During her time at Monticello, Ms. Imhoff has played a leadership role in a number of major initiatives, including directing the planning and ongoing construction of the Thomas Jefferson Visitors Center and Smith History Center, organizing Monticello’s observance of the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and coordinating the placement of more than 1,300 acres of Foundation property under protective easements. She also has represented Monticello on boards of a variety of local, state and national organizations, several of which she has chaired.

“We will miss Kat’s energy, vision, creativity and team spirit, and we will remember her as a caring colleague and dedicated professional,” said Thomas Jefferson Foundation President Daniel P. Jordan, who will also be leaving the Foundation in 2008. “She leaves with our gratitude and very best wishes.”

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