Rebecca Ryker

Icicle Creek Center for the Arts Board of Directors is pleased to announce a new executive position

in resource development, and that Executive Director Rebecca Ryker has stepped into this new role,

effective immediately. Ryker will focus on a new Endowment Fund campaign, community relations,

campus facilities, and arts programming in partnership with the artistic directors and ICCA staff.

“These are exciting times for ICCA,” said board Treasurer Dan DeYoung. “We’re kicking off an

Endowment Fund campaign, and looking forward to more in-person programming, hopefully, as we

come out of Covid restrictions this fall.” The focus of the resource development position aligns with

the strategic plan adopted in fall 2020, which includes the goals of establishing the endowment fund,

expanding reach through partnerships, and diversifying program content and delivery.

Ryker joined ICCA as Event Director in spring 2013 as Snowy Owl Theater came online and was

promoted to Executive Director the following year. Prior to ICCA, she worked in the Seattle area for

Oki Golf, the Harbor Clubs, and other premier clubs and hotels.

“I’m so proud of the ICCA staff. This year we’ve supported local artists, offered arts education

online for all ages, and produced outdoor and indoor concerts despite the challenges of Covid,” said

Ryker. “I’m excited to serve ICCA in this new role, explore and develop some new programming,

and work with community partners. We’re positioned to come out of Covid restrictions strong, and

it’s a great time for a new ED to assume leadership.”


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