Rosemary Noon has more than 25 years experience in cultural affairs planning and management, art history and museum studies education, and communications. A graduate of Regis College, she has a master’s degree in Art History from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is a former Loeb Fellow at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. As the first director of the Lowell Office of Cultural Affairs, she implemented the Lowell Cultural Plan and managed the development of the acclaimed Lowell Public Art Collection. At Regis College, she was the first director of a new Fine Arts Center (1993) and later was appointed Director of Communications and Cultural Affairs. At Regis College, she taught Art History and directed the Museum Studies Program for several years. She also managed the Carney Art Gallery at Regis, emphasizing the work of women artists in several exhibitions each year. At the Fine Arts Center, she oversaw productions by major acts such as Cherish the Ladies, Savion Glover, and Yo-Yo Ma. She is a trustee of the Pollard Memorial Library in Lowell and a board member of the New England Quilt Museum.