Donna S. Hall is a civic leader and philanthropist. She holds a degree in secondary education from the University of Georgia.
Donna sits on several boards, including The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, National Committee for the Arts; Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Board of Overseers, Vanderbilt University; Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, Headley-Whitney Museum, Kentucky Center for the Arts, and the Naples Botanical Gardens.
She is the former Chair of The Governor’s School for the Arts Advisory Council and The Gaines Center for the Humanities at the University of Kentucky, and is Director Emeritus for The Kentucky Art and Craft Foundation and The Huntington Museum of Art. Donna is the recipient of the Eagle Award by Conservancy of Southwest Florida, the W.T. Young Lifetime Achievement Award by Commerce Lexington, and the Kentucky Governor’s Award in the Arts.
Donna and her husband, John, live in Naples, Florida and Lexington, Kentucky.