Hindman Auctions has announced the appointment of Pam Iacobelli as business development director in Detroit. Iacobelli will establish Hindman’s first office in Michigan and lead the auction company’s growth efforts across the state. With the opening of this location, Hindman now has 13 offices nationwide.
“Michigan is a very important market for Hindman, and we are delighted to open an office in Detroit where Pam’s talent and expertise will round out our team and focus on further growth in the region,” says Alyssa Quinlan, chief business development officer of Hindman.
Iacobelli brings nearly 30 years of experience in corporate and nonprofit marketing and business development. Most recently, she served as director of business development and marketing at Bodman PLC, a Detroit-based law firm. While at Bodman, she created an annual coaching program for high-performing attorneys and helped lead a firmwide cross selling strategy.
Prior to working at Bodman, Iacobelli served as president and CEO of CultureSource, a membership organization committed to strengthening southeast Michigan’s nonprofit arts and culture through advocacy, capacity building programs, and marketing resources.
Additionally, she served as senior vice president of regional marketing and community engagement at Huntington National Bank in southeast Michigan. It was there that she established the annual Lemonade Day Detroit, which brings thousands of metro Detroit residents and their children together to support entrepreneurship and fundraise for more than 50 charities.
Hindman is a national fine art auction that connects cities nationwide to the global art market and provides expertise across all categories, sales channels, and price points. It conducts more than 100 auctions a year in categories such as fine jewelry and timepieces, contemporary art, 20th century design, rare books and manuscripts, Asian works of art, arts of the American west, numismatics, and more.