Press Release The Warhol Adds Scott Mory to Advisory Board

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Scott Mory

For immediate release

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

The Andy Warhol Museum has added Scott Mory to The Warhol advisory board effective September 2021.

Mory is Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) vice president for university advancement where he is responsible for overseeing the university’s overall advancement efforts and for building partnerships with all of the university’s philanthropic and volunteer communities, including university alumni, parents and friends, charitable foundations and corporate donors.

Prior to joining CMU, Mory served as associate senior vice president and campaign director at the University of Southern California (USC). Prior to USC, Mory served as assistant vice president for alumni relations and annual giving at George Washington University, where he was also an adjunct professor in the university’s law school. His previous professional experience includes clerking for the Hon. John Garrett Penn of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and practicing as a litigation associate at the New York office of Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP.

Mory holds a bachelor’s degree from the George Washington University and a juris doctor from the George Washington University Law School.

“Scott Mory’s deep experience in the academic world is matched by his enthusiasm for our entire community. I’m grateful to have Scott’s support and counsel as The Warhol enters a particularly exciting and expansive stage,” stated Patrick Moore, director of The Warhol.

“The Warhol is one of the crown jewels of Pittsburgh, with a rich legacy of celebrating one of the most iconic artists of the last century. I am honored to join The Warhol’s board of advisors, and look forward to working to advance this incredible institution’s mission,” says Mory.

The Andy Warhol Museum Advisory Board

Demetrios Patrinos, Chair
James Spencer, Vice Chair
Judith Evans Thomas, Secretary
Ann M. McGuinn, Treasurer
Amy Baron Brourman
Tonisha Blackwell
Jamilka Borges
Stephen Casey
Carrie Coghill
Judith Evans Thomas
Milton Fine*
Edith H. Fisher (Honorary)
Vincent P. Fremont (Emeritus)
Shruti Gupta
Cain Hayes
William E. Hunt (Ex Officio)
Anne Johnson
Maureen B. Kerr
Dr. Steven Knapp (Ex Officio)
Jeroen Kwist
Jeremy Leventhal
Brian Ludwick
Ann M. McGuinn
Patrick Moore (Ex Officio)
Scott Mory
Sukanta Nag
Demetrios T. Patrinos
Sandra Reiman
Michael Rubinoff
Dmitri D. Shiry
Susan Shipley
Henry Simonds
Juliet Lea H. Simonds (Emeritus)
Erich C. Smith
Heather Tomko
Jessica Tomko
Cris Turner
Joel Wachs (Ex Officio)


The Warhol receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency; and The Heinz Endowments. Further support is provided by the Allegheny Regional Asset District.

The Andy Warhol Museum

Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the place of Andy Warhol’s birth, The Andy Warhol Museum holds the largest collection of Warhol’s artworks and archival materials and is one of the most comprehensive single-artist museums in the world. The Warhol is one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh.

Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Established in 1895 by Andrew Carnegie, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh is a collection of four distinctive museums: Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum. The museums reach more than 1.4 million people a year through exhibitions, educational programs, outreach activities, and special events.

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