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Guggenheim Go-Between:
Millinger Guides Flourishing Arts Scene in Abu Dhabi

BY SALLY FRIEDMAN
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These days, Millinger is doing some serious globetrotting, mostly to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. And he is on the cutting edge of a cultural explosion there that he sees as having a profound impact on the region, with exponential growth and development on the horizon.

"After 21 years of major law firm and in-house counsel experience as a corporate and business lawyer, I've shifted my focus, and I'm feeling enormously gratified," said Millinger, who had been a partner at the Philadelphia firm of Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen and also Vice President-Law at Wells Fargo Alarm Services Inc. in King of Prussia, Pa.

After Millinger learned that the Guggenheim Foundation's visionary director, Thomas Krens, was seeking someone with his background for international expansion projects in South America, Asia, and the Middle East, and following substantive conversations over several months, Millinger took the leap, joined the foundation as special counsel, and never looked back.
 
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