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Zac Alfson

Zac Alfson

Sr. Director of Marketing and Communications

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Zac Alfson is a leader in arts marketing and community building, having served as Executive Director of The Milk District, a nationally-recognized Main Street program and Patron Engagement Manager for The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, the oldest continually running organization of its kind in the country.

Zac has a deep passion for the arts and believes that they have the power to bring people together to transform lives and communities. He has dedicated his career to supporting the arts and ensuring that they are accessible to everyone.

A strategic thinker and master communicator, he is known for his ability to build relationships and inspire others to act. He is a creative problem solver and has a proven track record of successfully executing community-centered placekeeping and business development initiatives.

Zac serves on the board of West Lakes Partnership, a community stabilization organization, as a Rock Lake resident, where he has lived with his husband Bryan and dog Roxy since 2020.

Sara Breitfelder

Sara Breitfelder

Member Experience Manger, Arts & Wellness

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Sara is proudly the Member Experience Manager for the Arts & Wellness Productions, serving our members in our UpBeat!, Narrators, and Cabaret Studio programs. She enjoys working with the directors of each program to ensure that each season is better than the last, and that our members are elevated with each performance.

Sara’s journey at CFCArts began as an intern in the Theatre program back in 2019, under the leadership of Donald Rupe. Later that year she joined the team as Box Office Manager, and eventually moved over to the School of Arts & Health. Sara is multi-talented, having worked on many productions as a Costumer, Stage Manager, House Manager, Set painter, Light and sound board operator – just about everything but acting and directing.

In her free time, Sara loves to create art. Specifically, she loves to sew – a skill she learned from her mother. She also enjoys spending time with her two cats, Rooster & Robotnik.

Jill Dautzenberg

Jill Dautzenberg

Cabaret Associate Artistic Director

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Jill Dautzenberg graduated from Millikin University with a Bachelor of Music in Applied Voice and has a Master’s degree from University of Phoenix. She is an experienced vocal coach and piano instructor. Jill has been partnering with Central Florida Community Arts for over 5 years. She is also the director of the CFCArts Adult Cabaret Studio. With her company Jiller music, she performs all over Central Florida as a featured concert vocalist, band vocalist, jazz band vocalist, back-up vocalist, recording artist, and piano bar musician. She is experienced in teaching techniques in Jazz, Blues, Rock, Pop, Musical Theatre and Opera.

Caroline Del Rey, MM, MT-BC, NICU-MT, NMT

Caroline Del Rey, MM, MT-BC, NICU-MT, NMT

Community Music Therapist, UpBeat! Jr. Associate Artistic Director

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Caroline earned her bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and became a board-certified music therapist in 2016. Caroline’s work began in private practice, specifically with school populations in special education classrooms with students ages 3-22. She worked as a graduate TA at Florida State University while earning her master’s degree, teaching Beginning Class Guitar for music majors and non-music majors, as well as Music Therapy Drumming: a practicum-based drumming course for upperclassmen and graduate-equivalency students in the Music Therapy Program. Caroline’s thesis was a “Curriculum analysis of three elementary reading curricula: Implications for music therapy integration”, in which she studied the curricula used in Seminole County private and public school second-grade classrooms, and created a music therapy program to support their academic objectives.

Upon graduation, Caroline began working in an Early Intervention program in Boston, MA. Caroline served as a music therapist and service coordinator in this home-visiting program, working with children under the age of three by designing individual-, family-, and group-based music therapy interventions to support the child across developmental domains. Caroline provided these services in both English and Spanish. She became designated as an Early Intervention/Early Childhood specialist during that time.

Since joining the CFCArts team, Caroline continues to work with children (birth-18), both neurotypical and neurodiverse, and has provided services to adolescents and adults in substance abuse recovery, older adults with mild cognitive and physical impairments, and developed a Music Therapy Consultation program for Teaching Artists working with children in our Youth Theatre and SOAH programming. Caroline loves working with the UpBeat! Theatre troupe, and directing UpBeat! Jr.

Caroline developed a Music Therapy practicum program in Fall 2023 through a partnership with St. Mary of the Woods College. She has presented about music therapy at a number of conferences, including the Massachusetts Early Intervention Consortium (2019), The Family Cafe (2023), and Tau Beta Sigma & Kappa Kappa Psi National Convention (2023).

Caroline is trained as a NICU music therapist, Orff-Schulwerk: Level 1, and most recently earned the designation, Neurologic Music Therapist (NMT).

Roberta Emerson

Roberta Emerson

DEIAB Lead

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Emerson is the theatre director at Montverde Academy and has been an affiliate director with CFCArts. Roberta received her BFA from the University of Minnesota/Guthrie and her MFA from New York University She brings a wealth of experience from regional theaters around the country, extensive voice over and film work, and has been a teaching artist both in the U.S. and Europe.

Brandon Fender

Brandon Fender

Community Choir Artistic Director

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Born and raised in Orlando, Brandon began taking lessons in voice and piano at age 6. His first choral experience was as a member of the Bach Festival Children’s Choir, and by age 15, he was directing his first choir. At the University of Central Florida, he studied vocal performance and music education, along with Hospitality Management, which lead to a career in Entertainment at the Walt Disney World Resort. In 2010, Brandon became a founding member of CFCArts and has served as a rehearsal director, senior team member, choral show director, and voice teacher for the organization. He currently serves as the Director of Choral programs, overseeing all aspects of the choral programs across the organization.

Kit Fuller

Kit Fuller

Development Manager

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Kit joined the CFCArts family in September of 2022 from the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, where they managed stewardship and events as their Philanthropy Coordinator. They are honored to serve the Central Florida arts community as CFCArts’ Development Manager, spearheading the organization’s participation in the United Arts Collaborative Campaign and Summer Drive supporting the Katherine Gray Scholarship Fund. In addition to their work managing CFCArts fundraising campaigns, Kit is your guru for community performances, fundraising events, and giving campaigns. A proud member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, their fundraising ethos is informed by their passion for exceptional hospitality and their belief in the healing potential of performance for audiences and artists alike.

Chris Hicks

Chris Hicks

Narrators Associate Artistic Director

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Chris relocated to Orlando from the Chicago area, where she headed up a highly recognized high school theatre program and taught Honors and Advanced Placement English classes. Chris has a bachelor’s degree in Speech/ Theatre from Northern Illinois University and a Masters Degree in Teaching from National Louis University. Chris’ involvement with CFCArts includes teaching the Narrators! class as well as costuming and performing with the theatre, most notably as Ethyl in On Golden Pond and Mae Peterson in Bye Bye Birdie, where she was recognized by the Orlando Sentinel as one of Orlando Theatre’s ‘Best of 2019’ Performers.

Terrance Hunter

Terrance Hunter

CEO

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Terrance Hunter (he/him), is an Orlando native,  and has spent the past 15 years working in the Non-Profit sector. His career started at the Orange County Regional History Center in Orlando, where he served as an educator, using the history and lessons of the past to create well-rounded, informed citizens of the future.

This trend continued throughout his career, as he worked with the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, educating about the art, artists, and ideas of our time and the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida, where he oversaw the Center’s programs, exhibitions, and partnerships.

Since joining Central Florida Community Arts in 2019, Terrance has served the organization as Senior Director of Programs, then Vice President of Operations & Education before being appointed as CEO in September 2022.

A dedicated community servant, Terrance serves on the board of the Hope CommUnity Center, an organization dedicated to serving the immigrant, undocumented, and working poor of Central Florida. He is honored to serve on the National Alliance for Music in Vulnerable Communities board as well as the President of the Central Florida Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

A single focus has threaded his career: the power of an institution to build authentic, impactful relationships with the community, resulting in visible and lasting change. In his free time, he enjoys writing, reading, baking, and visiting zoos, botanical gardens, and aquariums.

Olivia Knight

Olivia Knight

Marketing & Media Manager

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Olivia graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in Journalism and English, with an award in data journalism. She moved to Orlando with her husband in 2019, and finding the CFCArts orchestra made Florida feel like home. The arts have always been a part of her life, whether through French horn, ballet, or writing. Olivia’s passion for story led her to complete several short novels in high school, which she is still rewriting. She’s most comfortable with a good book and mug of tea — or on the back of a horse (but has yet to combine the three).

Vicki Landon

Vicki Landon

Vice President of Development & External Affairs

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Vicki Landon has dedicated over fourteen years to the nonprofit arts and cultural sector, achieving success in fundraising, excelling in arts administration, and acting as a mentor, sounding board, and resource to peers.

For over a decade she served as Senior Director of Development for Orlando Repertory Theatre and oversaw all contributed income for the theatre, raising over $1.5M annually through special events, private donations, corporate sponsorships, and grant writing. In her time at Orlando REP, the organization saw great success, with the operating budget growing from $2.1M to $3.1M, receiving two Orlando Sentinel Top 100 Workplace awards, and with program reach growing to over 100,000 individuals annually.

Vicki also serves the Central Florida arts and culture community by guest lecturing on nonprofit management, participating in community-wide advocacy efforts, teaching grant writing workshops, writing grants for small and mid-size organizations, and participating in mentorship programs for emerging arts leaders. She is an instructor at the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Crummer/Rollins College, where she teaches fundraising best practices to dozens of nonprofit administrators each year. She has served on numerous grant panels, including the State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs General Program Support, Orange County Arts and Cultural Affairs Cultural Facilities, and United Arts of Central Florida General Program Support.

Vicki previously served as Director of Development for the Orlando Opera Company, where she excelled in donor growth, donor retention, and special event planning. Vicki is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and Kiwanis Club of Orlando, and Secretary of the Kiwanis Club of Orlando Foundation.

Due to her community involvement and arts fundraising success, she was named one of Orlando Family Magazine’s “Super Women of Orlando,” an OBJ 40 Under 40 honoree, and an Association of Fundraising Professionals Emerging Leader. She holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Central Florida Theatre program focusing on Theatre History, Criticism, and Literature, a Certificate in Leadership Practice from the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Rollins College and is a member of Leadership Orlando Class 93.

Ashley M. Lewis, MM, MT-BC, NICU-MT, NMT

Ashley M. Lewis, MM, MT-BC, NICU-MT, NMT

Music Therapy Program Manager

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Ashley completed her master’s in music therapy at Florida State University, focusing on research in music therapy for performers. With a specialization in medical music therapy, she gained clinical experience from working with premature infants in the NICU to adults in various healthcare settings such as ICU, ER, labor & delivery, cardiac, and oncology. Ashley has also worked with individuals with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, dementia, and in hospice care, along with providing various levels of music therapy for wellness. Her contributions in medical settings include supervising pre-interns, assisting in graduate research, and directing a Parkinson’s Awareness Choir.

Beyond her clinical work, Ashley has embraced various roles, beginning as an Arts in Medicine practicum student in behavioral health during her undergraduate years at UCF and continuing as a community-based counselor for adolescents at Memorial Community Youth Services in South Florida. She also spent four years as a Teaching Artist in New York City, engaging with schools and education centers. Additionally, she has shared her expertise as Adjunct Faculty, teaching undergraduate courses in ‘Beginning Guitar’ and ‘Acting Through Song’ at both Florida State University and the University of Maine.

In her free time, Ashley finds joy in regional performances in film, commercials, theatre, and music, pursuing her passion as a professional actor and musician.

Joshua McKinney

Joshua McKinney

Production Coordinator

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Justin Muchoney

Justin Muchoney

Artistic Director, Vice President of Member & Patron Experience

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Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Justin Muchoney has felt at home on the stage as a musician, educator, actor, director, and conductor for as long as he can remember.

After winning a job as the Chief Magic Official, a spokesperson for Disney Parks during “The Year of a Million Dreams,” he relocated to Central Florida to begin a 13-year adventure working for the Walt Disney Company. During his tenure, Justin was a Stage Manager for some of the most popular shows, was a part of christening two new cruise ships, was a Project Manager for live concerts, fireworks spectaculars, and more, was an Entertainment Proprietor during the opening of two new lands at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, led the entertainment teams for Epcot’s many festivals, developed tours and team building programs for Disney Institute, and served as a Production Manager for Disney Cruise Line.

He has been with CFCArts as a music director and conductor since the beginning of the organization, helping to grow CFCArts to include 2 of the largest ensembles in the country along with nationally recognized programming for children, youth, older adults, exceptional learners, and more. Justin has found great joy in designing programming and conducting the 250-member Symphony Orchestra, leading the Big Band, and creating and supporting numerous supplemental ensembles and he is now thrilled to expand his work to lead the overall creative direction and production efforts across all of CFCArts.

Focused on both the full member and full patron experience, Justin guides artistic choices, programming decisions, marketing and communications, and long-term strategic planning to make sure CFCArts stays true to its mission to build and serve community – while also producing thrilling, quality, and unforgettable experiences for our performers and our audiences.

Sara Myers

Sara Myers

Sr. Director of Member Experience & Program Operations

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Sara has been highly active in music since elementary school. She was active in concert bands, orchestras, and marching bands throughout high school and college where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from UCF. She’s also been heavily involved in Drum Corps International since 2006, both as a marching member of the Boston Crusaders and as a staff member of several other ensembles. She also had the opportunity to travel and perform all over Japan with the all-female stage show, Brass Angels: Odyssey in 2008. Sara spent 10 years in the classroom as an elementary music teacher and joined CFCArts as a trumpet player in 2018 in both our Symphony Orchestra and Big Band before joining the staff in the Summer of 2022!
Hayden Patterson

Hayden Patterson

Member Experience Manager, Youth Theatre

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Originally from Cary, NC, Hayden graduated from East Carolina University in 2018 with her BFA in Theatre Arts Education, BFA in Theatre Arts with a concentration in Theatre For Youth, and a minor in vocal music studies. While in college, Hayden was the recipient of an Undergraduate Research in Creative Activities grant and the Outstanding Senior in Theatre Education award. Hayden was also the head drama, musical theatre dance, and acapella counselor for four summers at Keystone Camp for girls in Brevard, NC. Upon her college graduation, she moved down to Florida to participate in the Disney College Program. During her four years of making magic as a cast member, her favorite role was being part of the Animal Science Education team at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. She’s thankful that she decided to stay in the sunshine state because, otherwise, she wouldn’t have gotten the opportunity to become a part of the amazing CFCArts family!

Leah Porrata

Leah Porrata

Youth Theatre Artistic Director

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Leah, originally from Columbus, Ohio, discovered her passion for theatre at a very young age and pursued it at Ohio Wesleyan University, earning a Bachelor of Arts and teaching certification in Theatre Education and Directing. Following her studies, Leah completed a prestigious Theatre Education apprenticeship at the Tony Award-winning Cleveland Play House, where she met her husband, Jason. Following her apprenticeship, Leah relocated to Florida as the Director of Education at the regional theatre Gulfshore Playhouse in Naples, where she established several theatre education programs that are still successfully running nearly a decade later. Her theatre education experience spans all grade levels in both public and private schools and theatres, emphasizing the transformative power of theatre education.

With a dedication to fostering a love for theatre in young performers, Leah has spent the past seven years contributing to the vibrant arts community here at CFCArts. She is a proud member of the Florida Association of Theatre Educators and the Educational Theatre Association, reflecting her commitment to professional growth and collaboration within the field. Now an integral part of the CFCArts family, Leah continues to invest in a new generation of theatre artists. In addition to their work in the Central Florida theatre community, Leah and her husband Jason enjoy being supporters of Orlando City Soccer, passholders at Walt Disney World, members of Lake Baldwin Church, and loving parents to their son Marcelo.

Melody Rivero

Melody Rivero

Office Manager

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Melody grew up in Florida and has been active in the arts since a very young age. She was classically trained on the piano for 13 years and began singing in vocal ensembles at the age of six. She performed with madrigal groups in both high school and college and has been fortunate enough to perform at various venues across the country. Melody joined the CFCArts Community Choir in 2019, and her son is very active with the Youth Theatre Program. In her spare time, Melody loves hiking, whitewater rafting, visiting the national parks, traveling, and she is an avid reader. She is very thankful to be a part of the CFCArts team!
McQuisha Smith

McQuisha Smith

Impact & Partnerships Manager

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McQuisha “MK” Smith is an actress and performance artist from Orlando, FL. With over 10 years of experience in theater and as a teaching artist, she has collaborated with community organizations, educators, and performance artists to create diverse programs and workshops for individuals of all backgrounds. She obtained her B.S. degree in Sociology from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University in Tallahassee, FL. At FAMU, she founded the college’s first spoken word poetry organization, Voices Heard, which has been active since 2009.

From 2014 to 2015, she toured with America’s longest-running touring theater company, the National Players. While pursuing her MFA in Performance Arts at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA, she co-starred in the Amazon limited series Underground Railroad and the PBS documentary Spit on the Broom, which was also exhibited at The Guggenheim Museum in 2019.

McQuisha has performed with local theaters, including Orlando Shakespeare Theater and New Generation Theatrical. In June 2022, she joined CFCArts as a Teaching Artist and is now excited to be a new addition to the staff. McQuisha is a proud product of the Orlando arts community and is excited to be part of the community arts building in this position. When she is not acting or teaching a workshop, she is creating her own tea blends and working on her creative writing projects.

Megan Victoria Stillson

Megan Victoria Stillson

Audience Development Manager

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A Florida native, Megan Victoria Stillson is a professional actor, children’s theater director, and choreographer in the Orlando area. Megan was trained in Musical Theatre at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts and the University of Central Florida. Actors’ Equity Association performance credits include Showboat, Annie, Sister Act, Fiddler On The Roof, and The Wizard Of Oz. Directorial credits include Disney’s Moana Jr. and Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Irregulars. A cat mom, Disney freak, and happy Hufflepuff, Megan is thrilled to be a part of the CFCArts family.

“She leaves a little sparkle wherever she goes.” – Kate Spade

William Tayek

William Tayek

UpBeat! Associate Artistic Director

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William Tayek is a Teaching Artist with Central Florida Community Arts and has been the Director of the UpBeat! Theater Troupe since 2020. William has acquired diverse experiences working with students of all ages and abilities through his work with the Advance Learning Academy, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida, Orange County School System, and Universal Orlando Resort. William has a lifetime of experience performing as both an actor and vocalist in elite chamber ensembles and a cappella groups. Additionally, his passion for teaching has led to a variety of experiences ranging from guided historical tours to teaching STEAM workshops for under-resourced communities. He is most passionate about working with the UpBeat! Theater Troupe: a performance group for students with varying abilities which was awarded the 2020 International Hamilton Arts & Innovation Award. In addition to directing, William has written multiple scripts, composed music, edited videos, choreographed, and designed entire shows for multiple programs for students with varying abilities. William’s main passion in life is spending time with his wife, daughter, and close friends.

Kaileigh Anne Tayek

Kaileigh Anne Tayek

Director of Arts & Wellness

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With a degree in Music Education from Bowling Green State University, Kaileigh Anne has had diverse experiences working with students of all ages. She has over a decade of experience in music education, in addition to credits in directing, pit conducting, stage-managing, and multi-disciplinary curriculum design. Her passion for the arts began at 2 years old and has translated to a professional career committing to arts equity for all. She has served on the CFCArts full time staff since 2014, and as the Director of the School of Arts & Health since 2019. Prior to CFCArts she worked for the Walt Disney Company in Creative Entertainment, Disney Performing Arts, & Youth Education Series. Kaileigh Anne is most passionate about writing arts curriculum for students with varying abilities. Her most notable achievement is designing the CFCArts’ UpBeat! Program which was awarded the 2020 International Hamilton Arts & Innovation Award through the National Organization for Arts in Health (NOAH). She is a proud advocate on the topic of Arts Accessibility presenting at conferences across the nation including the NOAH Conference (2021), Berklee ABLE Assembly (2022), and Family Cafe (2021-2023). Kaileigh Anne is currently pursuing her Master’s in Arts in Medicine at the University of Florida.
NeShea Thompson

NeShea Thompson

Member Experience Manager, Choral & Instrumental

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NeShea Thompson has been involved with music since a young child. She grew up in the Atlanta area but has lived in Kissimmee for 20 years. She graduated from Lee University with a B.A. in Vocal Performance and pursued a Graduate Certification program in Education at the University of Central Florida. She is a certified Music Educator in the state of Florida and spent 20 years teaching in the School District of Osceola County teaching Elementary music. While teaching, NeShea developed and maintained choral and string programs. In addition, she is Level One Orff Certified and has had students participate in All County and All State programs. NeShea has also performed with Six Flags Theme Parks and as a Professional Chorister for the Houston Grand Opera, former Orlando Opera, and most recently Opera Orlando. She is very excited to be serving as the Member Experience Manager, Choral and Instrumental, for CFCArts.

Juan Torres

Juan Torres

Director of Production

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Juan Torres is thankful to be a part of Central Florida Community Arts serving as their Production Manager for organizational wide programing including Choir, Orchestra, and Youth Programming. Juan is a Production Manager with Disney Parks Live Entertainment, responsible for projects at the Magic Kingdom Park. He was part of the Entertainment Team responsible for 2 Emmy Award-winning Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade Productions on ABC. He has also stage managed for several years across the community for various community-driven organizations.

Erin Wolfe

Erin Wolfe

Member Experience Manager, Community Wellness

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Originally from Jacksonville, FL, Erin is a professional musician and performer in the Orlando area. Performance credits include work in opera, musical theatre, and theme parks throughout Florida, Chicago, New York, and Italy. She holds a Masters of Music in Voice Performance from the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, as well as a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and a dance minor from the University of Central Florida. Miss Stillson has worked in a variety of roles at CFCArts for the past seven years. In addition to her work as an administrator, she continues to work as a private voice and piano teacher, choreographer and director. She also currently works as a professional chorister with the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary Queen of the Universe and the Diocese of Orlando.

Member Ambassadors

Lina Al-Wali

Lina Al-Wali

Symphony Orchestra Member Ambassador

Edwin Alvarado

Edwin Alvarado

UpBeat! Member Ambassador

Aleta Ashford

Aleta Ashford

Community Choir Member Ambassador

Kerri Byrd

Kerri Byrd

Symphony Orchestra Member Ambassador

Sharon Dentler

Sharon Dentler

Arts in Action, Narrators, Musical Minds Member Ambassador

Emma Fitzhugh

Emma Fitzhugh

Youth Orchestra Member Ambassador

Grace Fitzhugh

Grace Fitzhugh

Youth Orchestra Member Ambassador

Hannah-Kate Garrett

Hannah-Kate Garrett

Youth Theatre Member Ambassador

Maria Diaz Gotay

Maria Diaz Gotay

Youth Theatre Ambassador

Dustin Heil

Dustin Heil

Symphony Orchestra Member Ambassador

Katrina Johnson

Katrina Johnson

Community Choir Member Ambassador

Travis Lefke

Travis Lefke

Symphony Orchestra Member Ambassador

Lance Powers

Lance Powers

Academy Ambassador

Danny Seigler

Danny Seigler

Community Choir Member Ambassador

Daisy Spann

Daisy Spann

Academy Member Ambassador

Haylee van Dalen

Haylee van Dalen

Big Band Member Ambassador

Beckie Ward

Beckie Ward

UpBeat! Member Ambassador

Katy Reinsel Willis

Katy Reinsel Willis

Community Choir Member Ambassador

Board of Directors

Dr. Meghan Budvarson

AdventHealth, Vice Chair

Jennifer Dixon

Amherst Holdings

Rep. Anna Eskamani

Florida House of Representatives

Scott Evans

Orange County Public Schools

Jack Feivou

Sea World Parks & Entertainment

Kris Gault

Samba Safety

Jessica Guthrie

One Compass Consulting, Chair

Elisabeth Hurckes

Community Leader

Lynette Jackson

JPMorgan Chase & Co, Treasurer

Rob A. Lott

Blue Trumpet Creative

Esu Ma'at

Orlando Magic

Jeffrey Moore

University of Central Florida

Gary Moss

Retired / Simon Malls

Sara Osborne

Orlando Health, Secretary

Jed Prest

BakerBarrios Architects

Luis Sousa-Lazaballet

Self-Help Credit Union

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