ORLANDO, Fla. - The Orlando Museum of Art honored Ted Brown at a reception on May 9th by naming him the Orlando Museum of Art Volunteer of the Year. The museum is aided by the work of over 600 volunteers each year.
Ted is a well-known and successful lawyer and Chairman of the Orlando Museum of Art's Board of Trustees and has been a member of the Board for several years. The Volunteer of the Year award recognizes the ways in which he has been instrumental in helping the museum. In the many nominations he received, the following words were used to describe him: diligent, assertive, compassionate, able, passionate, dedicated, motivational, inspiring and caring.
Ted first became involved with the museum 28 years ago when he attended an art festival in Loch Haven Park which had previously taken place at the Orlando Country Club.
Prior to being named Chairman, Ted served as Vice President and Chair of the Building/Facilities Committee and as President of the Board and Vice Chair of the Finance & Administration Committee.