Northern California School of the Arts provides holistic, individualized, and professional theater arts training programs, supporting young artists from diverse communities to create, express, and participate in theater arts educational opportunities. Through arts engagement, students are empowered to embrace social-emotional learning strategies and advocacy while creating a positive mindset towards themselves and their community.

NorCal School of the Arts promotes these principles through a school and community outreach program and curriculum that includes:

  • Professional Actor Training for Stage and Screen 
  • Premier and regional performance opportunities
  • Leadership and Business Skills training
  • After-school and in-school theatre arts classes and performance opportunities
  • College Counseling & Career Readiness
  • Physical and Mental Wellness 
  • Life Balance


NorCal School of the Arts is committed to advocating for inclusion and equity to better create and engage diverse students and audiences for the purpose of educating and illuminating the beauty of our diverse humanity.   


NorCal School of the Arts is committed to providing theater art students:

  • Technical and artistic knowledge of theater arts: Stage, TV, & Film
  • A nurturing, safe, and mentally healthy environment that enhances the ability to find one’s artistic potential
  • Access to quality artistic and creative opportunities
  • A greater ability to self-reflect with confidence towards making life choices and embracing personal growth
  • Leadership and business development skills to create expanded and more fulfilling job opportunities 
  • A multi-generational artistic community to embrace the value of mentoring while recognizing the importance of everyone’s unique talents
  • Opportunity to embrace and celebrate diversity and differences through theater


Michele Hillen-Noufer - Executive Director

Michele Hillen-Noufer, M.Ed., AEA, SAG is the Executive Director for NorCal School of the Arts. She is a member of the Actors' Equity Association and SAG/AFTRA and has a master's degree in education. Michele worked as a professional actor for over 25 years doing theatre, film, and television across the country and internationally. She has directed, taught, and choreographed professional theatre and theatre for young people. Michele has a passion for helping young people achieve their goals in the performing arts as well as providing theatre arts education to schools, including arts integration opportunities for students with learning differences. Michele is an arts integration specialist and keeps her skills current by teaching at NorCal and local elementary schools and providing workshops and professional development opportunities for conferences and in-services for educators. She has been a member of the Sacramento State University’s Academic Talent Search faculty since 2012. For 15 years, Michele grew STC School of the Arts and created several programs while training many young theatre makers, storytellers, and amazing humans who will go on to make their mark in the arts field and beyond. Michele is a founding board member for SARA, the Sacramento Alliance for Regional Arts, whose mission is to advocate for the regional arts sector of the Sacramento area.  

Vicki Johnson - Director of College Admissions & Leadership Institute

As the director of the NorCal School of the Arts College and Career Counseling and the Leadership Institute programs, Vicki Johnson offers a holistic approach that embraces each student's uniqueness and supports their efforts to find their potential within the context of mental wellness. As a certified independent college counselor with 15+ years of college admissions and career counseling experience, she has developed expertise in the following areas: Theatre & Film, STEM, Entrepreneurship, and Athletic pursuits and is also committed to finding the best options for students with learning differences and disabilities. As a member of IECA, NACAC & WACAC, Vicki continually keeps up with best practices and trends, leading her to provide the optimal service she offers all of her students. Vicki also runs the Leadership Institute, a high school program that focuses on personal development and community engagement to provide students with a multitude of skills: leadership, business, communication, self-advocacy and community advocacy.   

Taylor Burris - Performing Arts Corps Director

Taylor is a graduate of Ball State University with a degree in acting. After college, she moved to Chicago to study Improvisation and sketch comedy at the famed Second CIty and IO. After performing in Chicago, she was cast on the mainstage at Improv Asylum in Boston, MA. She performed, wrote, and taught in Boston for almost 3 years after which she moved to Los Angeles. She performed in both theatre and film in LA for three years as well as studying at Upright Citizens Brigade. Taylor also performed at The Comedy Central Stage in LA and at the PIT in New York City.  She has been teaching dance, improv, and theatre for over a decade in every city you can think of! She has settled in Northern California, where she has been a teaching artist for the past 5 years.

Michael Ortiz - Administrative Coordinator / Stage Manager / Musical Director / Teaching Artist

A native of Berkeley, CA, Michael Ortiz is a classical pianist, multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, teacher, stage manager, and actor. He has composed, performed and recorded a wide variety of original compositions ranging from classical to latin jazz to country rock. His previous theatrical credits include West Side Story (Bernardo), Death of a Salesman (Stanley), Fiddler on the Roof (Perchik), and Susannah Martin’s The Faith Project (Darius/Ensemble). He holds an M.A. in Education, and a B.A. in Dramatic Art from University of California, Davis.

Kristen Deweygreen  - Teaching Artist

Kristen Deweygreen is originally from New York and has a Bachelor of Science in theater. Dewey has worked and taught in theaters and schools in New York, Florida, North Carolina, and now in California. Passionately, they have been teaching private acting lessons, workshops, and youth productions for over 10 years along with directing and acting in various productions. Dewey is very enthusiastic about theater education and believes everyone benefits from learning how to use and honor their creative side. 

Sarah Walter - Administrative Assistant

Sarah Walter is a sophomore Marketing major at Cosumnes River College planning on transferring to California State University - Sacramento next year. She is a graduate of Sacramento Theatre Company's Young Professionals Conservatory, where she co-event chaired the annual Curtains Up! Arts Fundraiser (her year raised $90,000 for arts education). In her free time, Sarah enjoys hiking, reading thriller novels, and road tripping. She is a proud member of Alpha Chi Omega. 

Atim Udoffia - Teaching Artist

Atim Udoffia is an actor, director, and teaching artist working in theatre, film, and video. Recent acting credits include Macbeth (Sacramento Theatre Company), The Royale (Aurora Theatre Company), Zenith (SF Playhouse), The Tempest (Sacramento Theatre Company), and Disgraced (Capital Stage). In 2018, she received accolades for her directorial debut of Othello at Big Idea Theatre. More directing work has followed, including a staged reading of The Drill at Capital Stage. Also a writer, Atim is a member of For the Love of Cinema in Sacramento and has written numerous creative non-fiction pieces as well as two short film scripts. A cross-disciplinary degree in human biology from Stanford laid the foundation for her continued studies of life and acting from California to London, where she attended the  London and International School of Acting. Atim currently teaches Shakespeare to middle school and high school students at the East Bay Center for Performing Arts. 

Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr. - Visiting Teacher

Dr. Moore has pursued and achieved success in academia, business, diversity, leadership, and community service. In 1996, he started America & MOORE, LLC to provide comprehensive diversity, privilege, and leadership training/workshops. Dr. Moore is recognized as one of the nation’s top speakers and educators. His interview with Wisconsin Public Radio won the 2015 Wisconsin Broadcasters Association's Best Interview in Medium Market Radio, 1st Place, and he is featured in the film I’m Not Racist….Am I? Dr. Moore is the Founder/Program Director for the White Privilege Conference (WPC). In 2014, Dr. Moore founded The Privilege Institute (TPI), which engages people in research, education, action, and leadership through workshops, conferences, publications, and strategic collaborations and relationships. He is a co-founder of the online journal Understanding and Dismantling Privilege and co-editor of Everyday White People Confront Racial and Social Injustice: 15 Stories, The Guide for White Women who Teach Black Boys, The Diversity Consultant Cookbook: Preparing for the Challenge (2019), and Teaching Beautiful Brilliant Black Girls (forthcoming, 2021). For 10 years, he served as the Director of Diversity at Brooklyn Friends School (Brooklyn, NY) and The Bush School (Seattle, WA). Dr. Moore received his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa in education leadership. *IDI Qualified Administrator https://idiinventory.com/ 

Antonio Hernandez - Assistant Teaching Artist

Antonio Hernandez is a sophomore at CSUS and a graduate of Horizon Charter Schools. He is an ATS scholar and participated in STC’s Young Professionals Conservatory from 2017-2020. Favorite roles include Second Man, Kiss Me Kate (YPC); Antonio, Much Ado About Nothing (YPC); Ben Weatherstaff, The Secret Garden (YPC); Paris, Romeo and Juliet (YPC); Steward, Into the Woods (YPC); and most recently, Oscar, Sweat (CSUS), in which he was blessed to be nominated for the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 7 Irene Ryan’s award. His interests and hobbies include acting, singing, writing, soccer, and helping others. Antonio hopes that the students at NorCal SOTA, enjoy, create, and find their talent that they were given to share with the world. 

Elaine Lenae Douglas - Teaching Artist

Elaine Lenae Douglas has been performing for many theater companies in Sacramento and other nearby areas for over 20 years. She has been a part of the Celebration Arts Family for over 10 years. She was first a resident actress and is currently a member of the executive board. Ms. Douglas’ first stage production at Celebration Arts was in 2007 performing in James Baldwin’s classic, Amen Corner, in a role she later reprised in the 2017 production of the show. When Celebration Arts opened A Raisin in the Sun in February 2018 at their new location, Ms. Douglas was the assistant director. Elaine Douglas is a graduate from the University of California Berkeley with a double major in sociology and ethnic studies. She later obtained a teaching and administrative services credential from California State University, where she studied theater arts as a minor. She is currently working on a certification in theater for young audiences at Cosumnes River College. She went on to earn a master's degree in education focused on integrating the arts into the curriculum. Retired as the principal of Creative Connections Arts Academy, Ms. Douglas remains involved in theater arts as a performing artist and teaching artist with Sacramento Theater Company. She is the Drama Ministry Leader at the New Home Missionary Baptist Church, an auxiliary that ministers religious and outreach presentations to other churches and community organizations. Ms. Douglas is a life-long learner who believes that theater arts is the mirror of society. She uses theater as her most valuable teaching tool to inspire students through drama, movement, and music to create artistic reflections of the world in which we live. 

Emma Vance - Teaching Artist

Emma Vance is a California native and recent graduate from Elon University, earning her BFA in musical theatre. Professional highlights include All Shook Up (Ensemble/ Natalie u/s) and South Pacific (Ensemble) at Flat Rock Playhouse; The Music Man (Zaneeta), La Cage Aux Folles (Babette/Cagelle), and The Murder Room (Susan) at Woodstock Playhouse; A Little Princess (Becky), and A Christmas Carol (Ms. Fezziwig, Ensemble) at Sacramento Theatre Company; and Cabaret (Fraulein Kost), Damn Yankees (Gloria), School for Wives (Agnes), and Hello, Dolly! (Ensemble) at Elon. Emma is so excited to be teaching at NorCal School of the Arts!

Javen K. Crosby - Teaching Artist 

Javen K. Crosby started his acting career in the first grade and his passion for the craft has been steadily growing since. His professional training began with the Sacramento Theatre Company's young professional conservatory. From there, he began studying at the Idyllwild Arts Academy until attending the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, Wales. Since graduation, Javen has been seen in the Public Theater's Much Ado About Nothing and several short films. Theatrical roles include Pops (Between Riverside and Crazy), George (Intimate Apparel), John Proctor (The Crucible), Magnus (The Real Inspector Hound), and many more. Javen is excited to join the NorCal School of the Arts family.

Kevin B. Johnson - Teaching Artist

Kevin B. Johnson (aka K' Von Blakemore-Johnson) is an Equity actor, singer, dancer, director, and visual artist. He has worked in theatre as well as displayed his art in Indiana; Memphis, TN; San Francisco, CA; Sacramento, CA; Whitfield, NH; and Lincolnshire, England. Theaters he has worked at include Phoenix Theatre in  Indianapolis, Indiana Repertory Theatre, The Weathervane Summer Stock Theatre, No Exit Theatre of San Francisco, and No Exit Productions in Indianapolis. He currently serves on the board of Errant Phoenix. He was last seen in A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Marin Shakespeare Company. He has also worked with Bay Area Children's Theatre in Beautiful Oops! He teaches theatre with Christian Youth Theatre in Sacramento, and before his relocation, he taught with the Indianapolis chapter. He has taught theatre for over 30 years. He is excited to bring his skills with this collaboration with the Northern California School of the Arts. 

Kiara Downs - Teaching Artist

Kiara has been an arts educator in the Sacramento area for 4  years since completing her degree in Los Angeles. She has taught for Sacramento Theatre Company, EGUSD, and Natomas Charter. She has been acting and dancing for over 10 years and continues to perform to this day. Kiara lives by the quote that was given to her by her own high school theatre teacher: “show them your joy.”

Mary Beth Barber - Teaching Artist

Mary Beth Barber has worked on stage and in film/video for over 30 years in Sacramento, San Francisco, and New York. She’s been an acting teaching artist for close to two decades, and in 2019, served on a California Department of Education advisory committee for the framework that guides how the visual and performing arts can best be taught in schools. Mary Beth studied with Terry Schreiber at the T. Schreiber Studio in New York City, and in 2003, co-wrote his book, Acting: Advanced Technique for the Actor, Director, and Teacher (introduction by Edward Norton). Additional experience includes a decade of experience in film, video, and major event production.

Montego Glover - Guest Artist 

Montego Glover is a Tony Award nominee, two-time Drama Desk Award winner, two-time Outer Critics Circle Award winner, and Drama League Award nominee. Her Broadway credits include Hamilton, Memphis, Les Miserables, It Shoulda Been You, and The Color Purple. Ms. Glover has been a Guest Artist at La Jolla Playhouse, Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre, Lincoln Center Theater, and the Old Globe among others, earning her an IRNE Award for the role of Aida, a Helen Hayes Nomination for Once on This Island, and a Craig Noel Nomination for The Royale.Ms. Glover has been privileged to work in concerts with a number of outstanding artists, including The New York Pops, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York City Center, The National Symphony Orchestra in D.C., as well as Houston Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Caramoor Music Festival, Calgary Philharmonic, Sun Valley Symphony Orchestra, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, and the Smith Center in Las Vegas. TV/Film projects include BULL, Black Box, The Following, Hostages, Smash, The Good Wife, White Collar, Golden Boy, Law & Order, Made In Jersey, and the independent feature film Alone. Ms. Glover has enjoyed numerous commercials; voiceovers; and animated characters for television, gaming, film, and new media. 

Natalie Sakoi - Teaching Artist

Natalie is a California-based freelancer in the music industry. She recently graduated from Elon University with a BS in music production and recording arts. Over the past three years, Natalie has released two songs of her own and has written on three other published projects, as well as released a music video for her song “Tattoos.” She is so excited to educate others about songwriting and the music industry.

Phillippe Orea - Teaching Artist

Phillippe Orea is an emerging industry professional seeking to create meaningful content that resonates with audiences through laughter and encourages them to chase after their dreams. He graduated with degrees in cinema & television arts and human communication studies at the California State University, Fullerton. Phillippe has 2 years of professional video editing experience through his freelancing. He also has experience supervising and leading post-production teams with the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP), creating short-form promotional and archival content in an effort to create a more inclusive entertainment industry. 

Thomas Block - Teaching Artist

Thomas Block is a Sacramento-based actor and teaching artist. Previous teaching experience includes working for the Sacramento Theatre Company’s Young Professional’s Conservatory (a program from which he graduated in 2015) and B-St Theatre’s classroom programs. Some acting credits include Al Joad in The Grapes of Wrath, Osric in Hamlet (Sacramento Theatre Company), Ned Alleyn in Shakespeare in Love, Exeter in Henry V (Sacramento Shakespeare Festival), The Lawyer in Woman’s Honor, and the BFG in The BFG (San Diego State University). BA: San Diego State University.

Holly Singleteary- Dance Instructor 

Holly Singleteary is a well established dance educator that specializes in Jazz. She has taught throughout the Sacramento area, including the Sacramento Performing Arts Company, Central YMCA, and West Sac Community Center. Holly owned her own studio for about three years and developed a community based, non-competitive dance team that has performed all over Sacramento, Great America and Disneyland. She currently teaches jazz- lyrical and pom classes at the Instituto Mazatlan de Belas Artes and is the head coach for the McClatchy High School varsity dance teams.

Julia Flores- Teaching Artist

Julia Flores is a young theatre generalist with a passion for both the onstage and offstage aspects for live performance. Her theatre education has been extensive, learning and participating in theatre classes ranging from stagecraft to advanced acting courses. She earns her BA in Theater from CSU Sacramento in December 2021. Julia has participated in numerous shows, both onstage and offstage. Onstage performances include The Rocky Horror Show, Little Red Riding Hood, On the Razzle, and more. She has also worked behind the scenes as an assistant costume designer for Dance Nation and lead costume designer for The Theatre Zone.

Macy Salcedo - Teaching Artist

Macy Salcedo is currently in her fourth year as a theatre major at Sacramento State. She started in the performing arts when she was just 5 years old. She did competitive dance for 5 years and then started focusing on theatre. She has been in 12 productions ranging from the age of 5 to a virtual production just last year. She has also directed two productions, one in high school as a student director. The other was a production of her summer acting class in 2019, which she taught for 6 weeks.

Reylina Curtis - Teaching Artist

Reylina Curtis is a college student who has been dancing since she was 3 years old in a variety of styles including lyrical, jazz, ballet and especially hip hop. She grew up loving 1990s and 2000s hip hop. Dance really helped her break out of her shell! Reylina was the president of the Command Dance Crew at her high school and performed at school rallies and in dance shows. She also is a part of dance crews such as Sac Modern and Boogie Monstarz. Reylina loves to dance and cannot wait to dance with NorCal students! She truly believes that dance is another language and through movement we can express how we feel. That’s why she loves dance so much!

Caylen Michels - Administrative Coordinator / Stage Manager / Teaching Artist

 Caylen Michels is a recent graduate of Winthrop University with a BA in Theatre Performance. Caylen moved to Sacramento in 2019 to work with B Street Theatre and Sacramento Theatre Company serving as an education intern. At the beginning of the pandemic she moved back to South Carolina to build a theatre program at a local Title 1 middle school. Caylen is a passionate teaching artist because she believes that theatre arts makes a difference to the lives of those who read, create, perform and observe it.

Maurisha Dean - Teaching Artist

Born in Frankfurt, Germany, Maurisha has aspired to become a professional actress ever since the age of 6. The Cleveland School of the Arts Alumni has fulfilled her dream in becoming just that. She has performed in all the theatres in the greater Cleveland area. Some of these theatres include Dobama Theatre, Karamu House, and Tony award winning Cleveland Playhouse.  She has also had her bid in stage managing, and co-directing performances. You may have seen her on-screen roles which includes short film, The Hellsworth Haunting, original shorts in the annual Fusion Fest, "50 father's" movie, the web series "Upstairs" and the classic television series "Awesome Adventures with Mystro Clark". With a bachelor's degree from Cleveland State University, she has begun to combine her passion for the theatre arts, music, psychology, and education. She continues to fall in love with art every day as she is multifaceted when it comes to art. Her love for dancing, singing, graphic design and gaming content creation makes her the artist she is today.

Emilee Chew-Bien Mercado - Dance Instructor

Emilee is a full-time dancer, choreographer, and instructor from Sacramento, CA.  Her movement is predominantly informed by jazz, hip-hop, and modern-contemporary. She initially discovered her love and appreciation for dance while going through Laguna Creek High School's dance program, Infinite Motion Dance Company.  Since then, she has had the privilege to dance for Greathouse of Dance (2010-2013), Red Bucket Dance Theater (2011-2012), The CSU Sacramento Dance Department (2011-2013), as well as several local hip-hop competition crews.  Her biggest passion lies in providing opportunities for the youth in the community. Emilee has worked with organizations such as O.N.L.Y. All-styles (2012-2014), Night Walker Sessions (2019), and Hawkins School of Performing Arts (2016-present) as an event producer and/or an event coordinator. She has also had the opportunity to connect with the youth of local schools through various independent outreach programs (2016-present) including CLARA Studios for the Performing Arts (2019-present).  In 2013, Emilee co-founded TwoPoint4 Dance Theater alongside their artistic director, Tony Nguyen, and continues to remain an active mover in the company.  She is also currently the director of Hawkins' hip-hop program in Folsom, CA.   In her free time, Emilee enjoys traveling the world with her husband, working on DIY projects, and taking dance classes. 

Mitchell Worrell-Olson - Teaching Artist

Mitchell Worrell-Olson is an ever studying student of the Theatrical arts. He is wrapping up his undergrad at Sac State, where he is studying Theatre, and is currently in the process of preparing for Grad School applications where he hopes to pursue a PhD in Theatre and Performance, with the hopes of teaching at the collegiate level one day. He is a practicing artist, and finds that his history of growing up and working in educational theatre have naturally brought him to NORCAL School of the Arts, to continue his work in educating the future generations of theatrical artists.

Maryellen Wood - Teaching Artist

Maryellen Wood is a Sacramento Native who recently graduated from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo with a BA in Theatre Arts and minors in Dance, Anthropology and Geography. In college she was able to explore various theatre pursuits, participating as scenic painter, playwright, choreographer and director over the years. She performed in the productions Chatroom (Laura) and Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche (Dale Prist.) She also worked on devised pieces such as Original Womxn's Narratives and A Safe Place: 21 Years and Counting. She is excited to return to the Sacramento area and work with NorCal School of the Arts.

Dorothea (Dottie) Bonneau - Teaching Artist

Dorothea (Dottie) Bonneau is an award-winning novelist, produced playwright, and  optioned screenwriter. She holds a B.A. in speech and drama and an M.A. in  interpersonal communication. She has directed and produced numerous plays,  including No Exit, Our Town, Grease, The Sound of Music, and Westside Story. She has  also facilitated numerous communications, theater arts, and creative writing  workshops in such venues as The Davis Arts Center, Yolo County Juvenile Hall, U.C.  Davis, U.C. San Diego and The University of Phoenix.  One of her greatest pleasures has been teaching dramatic arts to children and adults  where she has witnessed the power of theater to help people of all ages actualize  their creative gifts, learn to engage in mutually empowering relationships, deepen  empathy, create art, and develop self-esteem on and off stage. Accolades from  teachers, psychologists, social workers, parents, and participants confirm the power  of drama to change lives is not hyperbole.

Kaitlin Richards - Teaching Artist

Kaitlin Richards has been acting in community, educational and regional theatre for ten years and received her B.A. in Theatre from Sacramento State University. She previously taught at Folsom Talent Connection and has experience working with kids of all ages.

Mari Takao - Teaching Artist

Mari Takao is an international student from Japan. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in Theater from CSU Sacramento in December 2021. She has been involved in theater since she was 6 years old.  She has done some TV shows, movies and productions in Japan. Her theater experience in the U.S. is  varied both on and off the stage include Assistant Stage manager for We are proud to present... by  Jackie Sibblies Drury, the role of Laura in House of Desire by Sor Juana Inés De La Cruz and the role of  Maeve in Dance Nation by Clare Barron. She also has done lighting and sound board operators in  college, involved in building sets and props as a theater technician assistant and worked in costume  shop at CSU Sacramento.

Tori Johnson - College Admissions Audition Coach

Tori Johnson has always had a passion for creating spaces-- spaces that are bold, exciting, unique, open, inclusive, and connected. She started her journey being a part of amazing spaces as an actor at Guthrie’s BFA Actor Training Program and the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre Education Program in London, performing in A Christmas Carol and Boudica (Guthrie Theatre), and Titus Andronicus (The Globe). Then she found her love for creating inventive spaces for the actor to do their best work when she directed A Midsummer Night’s Dream, I Never Saw Another Butterfly, and the film, Oh, Well. Last year, she was fortunate enough to experience the joys of creating energized spaces in the classroom as the Sacramento Theatre Company’s Young Professional Conservatory Program Manager. Now, she is beyond excited to continue this journey with the Northern California School of the Arts as Program Director, where she will continue to create spaces for actors, students, teachers, and other creators. Tori thanks everyone who shared knowledge, time, and trust along the way.

Rose-Stella Pierre-Louis- Dance instructor

Rose is a Haitian-American dance instructor, occupational therapist and transformation coach.  She started dancing at the age of four at the June Claire School of Dance in New York, where she eventually became a student teacher thirteen years later.  Rose continued her love of dance through tap performances with a Sacramento based dance project. She is excited at the opportunity to combine her love of dance with her joy of working with children through the transformational experience of the arts. Rose is also the mother of two children.



Martin Noufer, Intel Corporation - BOARD PRESIDENT

Adam Ahmed, Intel Corporation, Sacramento Children's Museum Board President - BOARD MEMBER 

Julie Casso, Non-Profit Arts Executive Director - BOARD MEMBER

Amber Cosby, Golden 1 Credit Union - BOARD MEMBER 


Wayne Cook, Retired California Arts Council Program Specialist - ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER


Jack Mitchell, Former Consultant with California Department of Education, Writer for National Theater Standards, Content Expert for California Arts Standards - ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER