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Toledoan Rita Mansour appointed to Ohio Arts Council

Mansour recently won a Jefferson Award for public service.
Credit: OAC
Toledoan Rita Mansour was appointed to the Ohio Arts Council Wednesday, June 23.

TOLEDO, Ohio — Gov. Mike DeWine announced Wednesday he has appointed Toledo's Rita Mansour to the Ohio Arts Council for a term expiring July 1, 2024.

Mansour is the senior managing director of Mansour Wealth Management. She was named as one of the top 100 female advisors in the United States by Barron's Investment News Magazine.

She has received many awards, including Notre Dame Academy's Hall of Fame award, Toledo's 20 under 40 award and Arab American of the Year. She recently received a Jefferson Award for public service.

Mansour is a graduate of the University of Toledo. She is a board member of the Toledo Museum of Art, Lourdes University and the Advisory Council of the Sisters of Notre Dame.

“We are so pleased to welcome Rita to the Ohio Arts Council board," said Donna S. Collins, Ohio Arts Council executive director. "Her financial expertise, strong community engagement, and natural sense of philanthropy will be a great asset on our board as we invest public funding for the arts in all of Ohio’s 88 counties.”

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