Tina Walls is passionate about sharing the arts and culture of the under-represented with the Denver community. Retired from corporate life, today she serves as Education and Community Engagement Committee Chair for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and as a member of the Collections Committee at the Denver Art Museum and the Advisory Committee for Cleo Parker Robinson Dance. Internationally she is President of Save Venice. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from Mills College, Oakland, CA, and from the Executive Program at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.
“Theatre has been part of my life from Denver to the Bay Area and New York. I was a subscriber when the Denver Center Theatre Company was inaugurated and I am honored to support the DCPA’s programs on and off the stage today.”