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Malcolm Rogers joins Worcester Art Museum’s board

Malcolm Rogers, pictured at his home in Worcestershire, England, earlier this year.

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Malcolm Rogers, pictured at his home in Worcestershire, England, earlier this year.

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Malcolm Rogers, who recently retired as director of the Museum of Fine Arts, has joined the board of trustees of the Worcester Art Museum. Rogers, who was at the MFA for two decades, is one of four new trustees, joining Sarah Berry of Wells Fargo Advisors, attorney James Donnelly Jr., and Mark Fuller, who works at the Worcester brokerage firm Benefit Development Group. In a statement, Matthias Waschek, the director of the Worcester Art Museum, said he expects Rogers’s experience at the MFA will help the museum implement its long-range plan.

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