Board & Staff - Bevin Savage-Yamazaki

Bevin Savage-Yamazaki

Board Member

A bust shot of Bevin, a fair skinned woman with brown eyes, long, brown, wavy hair parted in the middle, and a small nose piercing on her left nostril. She is wearing a black long sleeve, a black scarf with red and white polka dots, two silver bangles on her right wrist, and a thick brown ring on her right middle finger.

With a passion for all aspects of culture and the arts, Bevin Savage-Yamazaki leads Gensler’s Foundations, Associations, and Organizations practice. In her 20+ years of experience, her work has focused on mission-based clients in the nonprofit and cultural realms including the Ford Foundation, the Knight Foundation, New York Public Library, the New Museum of Contemporary Art and Dia:Beacon. She has published white papers on the future of museums and their relationship with their constituencies, with a focus on the visitor experience. Bevin has lectured at the New Museum, Pratt Institute, NYCxDesign, NYSCA, ACSA, and SXSW and led panel discussions alongside many of the most renowned names in the arts. Born in Ireland, Bevin received her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and her Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kent, Canterbury in the United Kingdom.