Meg Davis joins Kalisher as account director

Kalisher announced that Meg Davis joined the firm as an account director. Davis will be based in Chicago and will work with clients to oversee the curation and creation of custom art packages across the hospitality and healthcare markets.

Davis spent the past seven years managing artistic projects across a number of industries at a Chicago art provider. Along with her industry experience, Davis received her BFA in Art History from School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and her MA in Art History and Museum Studies from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.

Kalisher’s corporate headquarters in Carrboro, N.C. expanded to new offices in January. The addition of Davis is expected to help to ensure that Kalisher continues to deliver exceptional customer service.

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Kalisher was founded by Jesse Kalisher, a fine arts photographer, and his wife Helen, a graduate of the Chelsea School of Art and Design in London and former graphic designer for Apple. The company creates, curates and commissions custom art for the hospitality and healthcare industries, from rooms to public spaces. Under Jesse Kalisher’s leadership, Kalisher (the company) produces a range of art, from prints and paintings to sculptures and light installations, among others.

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