Arthur E. Crowley, Jr. is a native of Rutland, Vermont. Art enjoyed a long and prominent legal career in Vermont. He served as the Deputy Attorney General for the State of Vermont and was the President of the Rutland County Bar Association.
Art has deep roots in the Vermont community and recently served on a commission to select the next Chief of Police for the City of Rutland. Art is deeply concerned with education and the future of youth.
Art has been involved with the Coolidge Foundation in varying capacities for many decades, including as a trustee. He brings deep institutional knowledge of the Coolidge Foundation and a strong desire to share the Coolidge story with more Americans. In the past, Art has also served on the Board of Trustees of the College of St. Joseph and Vermont State Colleges. He served many years on the Board of Aldermen for the City of Rutland. Now retired, Art lives with his wife Mary in Rutland, Vt.