Roselyne C. Swig has devoted decades in support of the arts on local, national, and international levels. During her prior twelve-year tenure (1963-1975) at the San Francisco Art Institute, she played a pivotal role as Chair of the Women’s Board, as a trustee, and as Chair of the Board of Trustees. She was subsequently re-elected to the board as a Trustee Emerita. In September 1998. Mrs. Swig is the recipient of an Honorary Master’s degree and Doctorate of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute. In 1978, Mrs. Swig founded Roselyne C. Swig ArtSource, a fine art consulting company in operation until 1994, when she was appointed by President Clinton to be Director of the United States Department of State’s Art in Embassies Program. Mrs. Swig continues to serve on the boards of cultural and educational institutions and organizations locally, nationally, and internationally.