Selected Clients

  • Academy of American Poets
  • Aid to Artisans
  • American Academy in Berlin
  • American Council of Learned Societies
  • American Institute for Stuttering
  • American University in Cairo
  • American University of Beirut
  • Asian American Foundation
  • Baryshnikov Arts Center
  • Boys Club of New York
  • Bronx Museum of the Arts
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • Brooklyn Public Library
  • Central Presbyterian Church
  • Charity Water
  • Cycladic Art Foundation
  • Daily Beast
  • DIA
  • Glynwood
  • Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival
  • Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of NY
  • Kenyon Review
  • Marymount School
  • Mohonk Preserve
  • Munich Security Conference
  • National Kidney Registry
  • New York Foundation for the Arts
  • New Yorkers for Parks
  • Norman Mailer Writers Center
  • Northwell Health
  • NYC Economic Development Corporation
  • NYU Langone
  • NYU School of Law
  • NYU Stern School of Business
  • Olana
  • Paris Review
  • PEN America
  • Poets & Writers
  • Poets House
  • Posse Foundation
  • Prada
  • White House Historical Association
  • Writers Guild Initiative
  • YMCA of Greater New York
  • YoungArts

Lynn McCary

Lynn founded Lynn McCary Events in 1993 with a focus on planning and producing fundraising events for nonprofit clients in the cultural, civic and educational fields. Lynn McCary Events has been an approved vendor at The Metropolitan Museum of Art since 2014.

Lynn’s professional career in the nonprofit sector has provided a foundation for her devotion to partnering with clients to produce successful and inspiring events, many of which LME produced annually for several years in a row.

Prior to establishing her own business, she was an administrator in program and development at nonprofit arts organizations, including the Washington Project for the Arts, Artists Space, and Art Resources International. Lynn holds a B.S. in Graphic Design and Visual Communications from American University.

Lynn was the co-founder of Art Attack International, a nonprofit artist collective, which produced temporary site-specific public art installations and performances internationally for over twenty years. Their archives are in the collection of the Fenwick Library at George Mason University. She has also previously served as the Vice President of the board of Three Arrows Cooperative Society, a seasonal community comprised of artists, writers, musicians, philosophers and teachers in Putnam Valley, NY, and on the Board of Trustees of CEC ArtsLink, in NYC.