Carla Smith Nash joins the Tull Family Theater Board of Directors

The New Pittsburgh Courier has learned that Carla Smith Nash has joined the Tull Family Theater Board of Directors.

The Tull Family Theater is a film-driven arts organization with a mission of strengthening cultural, educational and entertainment experiences in Sewickley and the surrounding areas.

Nash will share her 30 years of experience in financial consulting, executive coaching and leadership, financial processes and strategic planning with the Tull Family Theater.

“We welcome Carla’s perspectives gained from working with both public and nonprofit organizations,” said Carolina Thor (right), executive director of the Theater, in a statement provided to the Courier. “As the leader of Sewickley’s Union Aid Society, Carla has strong insights into delivering services to people living in vulnerable circumstances and within the Theater’s reach.”


Nash is currently the executive director of the Union Aid Society. She’s responsible for the organization’s financial aid disbursements as well as community and funding partnerships.

Previously, Nash served as a senior project manager and executive coach for Whirlwind Technologies, a multi-million-dollar firm in the metro Washington, D.C. area, and launched and operates an executive coaching business in the Mid-Atlantic region. Prior to this work, the release said, Nash was a director, project manager and performance reviewer for consulting firms in the D.C. area, managing information technology and financial systems. Additionally, she served as a financial systems consultant for KPMG, one of the “Big Four” accounting firms.

Nash, a Sewickley resident, volunteers her financial skills to the Sewickley Community Center and was involved with the nonprofit Path to Greatness, during her time in the D.C. region.

“The Theater’s programming fosters connections between patrons and civic, academic and corporate leaders,” Nash said in a statement. “Throughout my career, I’ve taken an active interest in developing public and private sector and community resources, and this presents a new, exciting way to become involved.”


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