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    Roberta Green Ahmanson

    Roberta Green Ahmanson is a writer, art collector, and philanthropist. She received her MA in English from the University of Michigan and studied journalism at the University of Missouri. She and her husband, Howard, have sponsored numerous exhibitions, including several at the National Gallery, London: Caravaggio: The Final Years; The Sacred Made Real; and Saint Francis of Assisi. She served as chair of the board of the Museum of Biblical Art in New York and has been a member of the Collectors Committee of the National Gallery, Washington, DC. She and Howard sponsored the Bridge Projects Gallery in Los Angeles, focusing on the role of religion in contemporary art, as well as the project Visual Commentary on Scripture, based at King’s College London. Ahmanson began her career as a religion reporter for the Orange County Register and before that the San Bernardino Sun. She is a contributor to the award-winning collection Blind Spot: When Journalists Don’t Get Religion. 

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