Mona Berman, owner and Director of Mona Berman Fine Arts, received her BFA cum laude from the University of Illinois and her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University.

Her clients include national and international Fortune 500 corporations, major national museums, architects, designers and private collectors. She has provided curatorial services for Yale University Art Gallery, Wesleyan University's Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Arts, the Connecticut Commission on the Arts, and for corporations including General Electric and The Travelers, where she served as Gallery Director.

While Director of Mona Berman Gallery from 1979- 86, Ms. Berman curated over 100 exhibitions, many of which were widely acclaimed by reviewers of major publications, including Art in America and The New York Times. Connecticut Magazine named the gallery 'Best of Connecticut.' Ms. Berman has authored catalogs and informational materials for art collections and exhibitions and has written articles and book reviews for professional journals.

Ms. Berman was instrumental in drafting Connecticut’s first Arts Advocacy legislation (VARA).She has been a reviewer for the prestigious Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Competition, a juror for the Connecticut’s Per Cent for Arts Program, and has served on panels helping artists in third-world and developing countries create economically viable, well designed, indigenous products.