I’ve always supported women and the arts, so I was honored when I was asked to join Dia Women, a new initiative by the Dia Foundation, as a founding member.

Dia is at the forefront of championing female artists. I think it’s an important mission and the time is now. I believe you have to be the change you want to see in the world. Art by women is much less valued historically than art made by men. The best way to change that is to start buying, supporting and raising awareness for female artists.