Karen B. Freeman recently retired from her marketing consulting business, Bayberry Consulting / The Marketing Department, which she ran for 30 years. Prior to that, she was in marketing positions with L’Oreal, Chesebrough-Pond’s, and Bristol-Myers.
A resident of Santa Fe for 21 years, Karen developed a strong interest in the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and helped start the Native art show, Native Treasures and its companion show, the Native Treasures Collectors’ Sale, to benefit MIAC. She currently is serving her second tour as Co-Chair of Friends of Indian Arts. She has also served on other nonprofit boards in Santa Fe, including Assistance Dogs of the West, the Museum of New Mexico Foundation, and the Tano Road Association.
Like most people, Karen has been touched by cancer in a number of ways. She deeply appreciates how difficult it may be to access cancer treatments for many people, and how important it is for a caregiver to have support.
Karen earned an MBA from the London Business School and a BA in English from Cornell University.