Cleo Wilson, Executive Director
Cleo Wilson is a founding member of Intuit and served as its president from 2002-2006. Prior to accepting the position at Intuit, Wilson served for 25 years as the executive director of the Playboy Foundation, a corporate giving program of Playboy Enterprises, Inc. She is a native of Chicago and a 1976 graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her past civic and charitable activities participation include service on the board of the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois, where she served as vice president from 1997 to 2003. She also has served on various state and municipal grant-review panels, including the Illinois Arts Council and Arts Midwest.
Robert Burnier, Part-Time Director, Collections & Exhibitions
Robert Burnier is responsible for coordinating exhibitions, and related educational programs, including research, cataloguing, and general care of loan art and Intuit’s Permanent Collection. Burnier is employed fulltime as Department Specialist for Medieval through Modern European Painting and Sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago, where he has worked since 2006. He received his B.S., Computer Science, Systems Programming, 1991.
Carol Ng-He, Director, Education
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Carol Ng-He is a Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist and art educator. She received a M.A. in Art Education from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a B.A. in Art Management from Columbia College Chicago. Carol has worked at Silk Road Theatre Project, Chicago Teen Museum, After School Matters, and Housing Opportunities For Women. Her publications have appeared in AREA Chicago, Teaching Artist Journal, and Chicago Artists Resource. She currently teaches at Columbia College Chicago as an adjunct faculty member.
Heather Holbus, Program Coordinator
A long time volunteer for Intuit, Heather Holbus joined the Intuit staff to serve as Program Coordinator. She has a background in marketing, retail, and construction. A photographer and collage artist, Heather is a native of rural Wisconsin.
Kevin Mulcahy, Membership and Administrative Coordinator
Kevin received his B.G.S. from the University of Kansas, focusing on Literature and Art History in 2006. While pursuing his degree, Kevin volunteered as a studio assistant at Van-Go Mobile Arts; an arts-based social service agency that provides job-training programs to high-needs and under-served youth, and at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, MO. Before joining the staff, Kevin interned at Intuit during the summer of 2006.