Jill P. Meyer Elected to Board of Trustees for the Cincinnati Arts Association

February 17, 2010

The Cincinnati Arts Association recently announced that Jill P. Meyer has been elected to serve a three-year term as a member of the Board of Trustees.  In her role, Meyer will be responsible for carrying out the mission of the CAA, as well as promote the programs and events of the CAA. 

Meyer is Member-in-Charge of Frost Brown Todd’s Cincinnati office.  She also oversees the firm's advertising practice and is a member of the firm's Strategic Planning Committee.  She concentrates her practice on counseling and litigating advertising and media law issues.  Meyer represents a wide variety of clients - corporations, advertising agencies, and media outlets - on an array of issues, including advertising review and clearance, sweepstakes and promotions, viral marketing and interactive media, compliance with COPPA and FTC requirements for advertising and websites, intellectual property, right of publicity, advertising-related litigation and regulatory challenges.  She also represents media clients in all aspects of First Amendment and newsroom-related matters, including pre-publication/pre-broadcast review, issues related to access to courtrooms, public meetings and public documents, and defamation and privacy related litigation. 

About the Cincinnati Arts Association
The mission of the Cincinnati Arts Association, as the region’s premier promoter of the arts and entertainment, is to use its expertise as a manager, presenter, and educator to offer a broad range of high quality performing and visual arts programs, develop diverse audiences, foster an appreciation of the arts and understanding of their forms, and encourage the use of facilities by local and regional arts organizations.

Founded in 1992, the CAA is a not-for-profit organization that oversees the programming and management of the Tri-state’s finest performing arts venues – the Aronoff Center for the Arts and Music Hall – and is dedicated to supporting performing and visual arts.  Each year, CAA presents a diverse schedule of events; serves upwards of 700,000 people in its venues; features the work of talented local, regional, and national artists in the Weston Art Gallery (located in the Aronoff Center); and supports the work of more than one dozen resident companies.  Since the inception of its acclaimed arts education programs in 1995, CAA has reached nearly three-quarters of a million students.

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