A native of Dayton, Michael Roediger is the first Director born and raised in the region. Working with the amazing Dayton Art Institute team, Michael has led charge to pay of more than $16 million in debt; received nearly $4 million in State Capital Appropriations funding and raised more $15 million in Centennial funding all while caring for our iconic museum and collection. Michael is a champion of the arts and Dayton.
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