The Phoenix Symphony Association named Jaime Daddona Brennan and Tim K. Schultz to its Board of Directors.
“Jaime and Tim bring invaluable experience to our Board of Directors,” said C.A. Howlett, Chairman of the Board for The Phoenix Symphony. “We are truly fortunate to welcome such high-caliber individuals to our team” he added.
Jaime Daddona Brennan is a Senior Associate with Squire Sanders (US) LLP in Phoenix. She practices in the corporate, securities, and financial services practice groups with an emphasis on merger and acquisition transactions, public and private offerings of debt and equity, and corporate governance matters. Ms. Brennan attended Arizona State University where she graduated as valedictorian, summa cum laude, with her master’s degree in public affairs, and graduated magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, from the ASU College of Law. In addition to her law practice, Jaime serves as the Secretary of the Phoenix Symphony Young Professionals Board, is a Squire Sanders (US) LLP Global Associate Liaison, and has served on the U.S. Marine Corps Scholarship Ball Committee, the International Foundation for Anti-Cancer Drug Discovery Advisory Board, and the Fax Net 1 Board of Directors. A lover of classical music in particular, Jaime plays the piano and recently took up violin.
Tim K. Schultz is Senior Vice President/Regional Director of Administration and Operations for BMO Private Bank, a part of BMO Financial Group, in Scottsdale. Prior to this position, Mr. Schultz held several Vice President/Regional Director positions with financial corporations throughout the country, most recently M&I Wealth Management. Tim has a long-time passion for music and the arts, having earned his Bachelor of Music from Augsburg College. He currently serves as an Advisory Board Member for the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation; Board Member of One-n-ten; Member of Planned Giving Roundtable of Arizona, Central Arizona Estate Planners, BMO National and Regional Diversity Councils and the BMO Community Reinvestment Committee.