Meet Donelle Dadigan
Donelle Dadigan grew up learning the importance of two life lessons – helping shape the lives of others and giving back to the community.
Donelle Dadigan is devoted to all things Hollywood. She has spent many years working to preserve Hollywood’s history. She served as Chair of the Hollywood Historic Trust for more than twelve years; she has been a member of the Hollywood Historic Trust board for more than fifteen years. Dadigan, has Chaired the Hollywood Community Foundation; she was a two-term Chair of the Board of Directors for the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. She has served as the Vice Chair of the California Film Commission, is a board member of the State of California Cultural & Historic Endowment and is tasked with preserving and protecting California’s cultural resources. Dadigan is a member of the Academy of Television, Arts & Sciences. Dadigan is honored to serve on the Los Angeles Philharmonic Board of Overseers, and on the National Board of the Smithsonian.
Donelle is Founder and President of two not-for-profit organizations. The Hollywood Museum, which provides an in-depth opportunity for locals, professionals, and international visitors to experience close up Hollywood’s best known industry – the Entertainment Industry. And, the José Iturbi Foundation, that is dedicated to sharing the wonders of Classical Arts & Music with audiences around the world.