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AT CONNECT | Dana Prussian
June 24, 2020 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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ArtTable CONNECT virtual lunch breaks
ArtTable is expanding its CONNECT program to intimate online discussions open to members nationally across chapters. Originally designed to further encourage one-to-one networking amongst its members in DC, CONNECT transitioned to a virtual lunch hour conversation series designed to allow members to ask questions outside their day-to-day areas of expertise.
During this session we will hear from Dana Prussian, Vice President, Art Services Specialist at Bank of America Private Bank on Art Market Trends in the Age of COVID-19.
Dana Prussian is Vice President, Art Services Specialist at Bank of America Private Bank, based in New York City. In this role, Dana helps drive the bank’s art opportunities across all divisions nationally, with a specific focus on Central South, South Atlantic, and Southeast divisions. She works directly with art collecting clients and prospects to meet their needs through art lending, consignment, wealth planning, and philanthropy.
Dana joined U.S. Trust in January 2019 from Bessemer Trust where she was a Client Advisor for three years. At Bessemer, Dana helped cultivate a book of clients and advised them on a wide array of services, including investment management, trust and estate planning, real estate, and art services. Prior to Bessemer, Dana began her career at Christie’s before going on to Barclays.
She earned a duel Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Political Science from Barnard College, Columbia University
Thank you to the DC Chapter Executive Committee for organizing this event.
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