Three additions to the administrative staff have been announced by the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. CATHERINE KIEKHOFER, formerly director of finance for Milwaukee’s Florentine Opera Company, has been named chief financial officer and vice president, finance and administration; she holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Marquette University. ADAM RASSKE, who has been named corporate and foundation relations manager effective March 4, was most recently corporate development officer for Wisconsin Public Radio; he holds a degree in music from the University of Oshkosh (Wis.), and played trumpet in the Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra from 1995 to 2004. RACHEL REIMER, the MSO’s new senior accountant, comes to the orchestra with thirteen years of accounting experience, most recently at Milwaukee’s Alverno College; she also works part time in the box office of Milwaukee’s Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.
Posted February 27, 2013