Roselyne C. Swig

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"Ms. Swig is Founder & President of ComCon International, and member of the Board of Directors of The Swig Company and founder of Roselyne C. Swig Artsource (1978-94). She was appointed Director of the U.S. Department of State Art in Embassies Program by President William J. Clinton (1994-97). She has devoted decades to philanthropic and community service efforts, at local, national and global level with focus on women empowerment, social welfare, fine art, political advocacy and education. Ms. Swig is founder of Partners Ending Domestic Abuse. Additional board memberships include Vital Voices Global Partnership; NCPB/KQED; National Public Radio Foundation; Mills College; SF Art Institute; Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archives; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; The Contemporary Jewish Museum, past-president; AIPAC; American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Ms. Swig is the widow of Richard Lewis Swig and has four children and twelve grandchildren."[1]


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  1. United Religions Initiative Presidents Council, organizational web page, accessed June 10, 2013.