Ann Colgin is the Founder and Co-Owner of Napa Valley-based boutique winery Colgin Cellars, known for its handcrafted small production red wines. Colgin joined the Board of Trustees of LACMA in 2007, is the Co-Head of Acquisitions and has chaired the Collectors Committee Weekend since 2009. She is also on the Executive Committee of the Centre Pompidou Les Amis. Colgin holds a BA from Vanderbilt University and completed the Sotheby's Decorative Works of Art program in London. She received an MA in fine arts administration from New York University in 1984. Colgin serves as a consultant to the Sotheby's Wine Department and helped establish some of the top charity wine auctions across the country. Colgin Cellars produces red wines of harmony and precision from extraordinary hillside vineyards in the heart of the Napa Valley. Sites of unique location and distinctive geological profiles were selected that produce wines that express perfume, freshness, and minerality while capturing the intensity and luscious fruit of the Napa Valley.