Board of Directors
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Clementine Bourdeaux is an enrolled member of the Sicangu Lakota Oyate and was raised on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. After receiving her BA in Theatre from Carthage College (Wisconsin), she worked as a Youth Ministry Coordinator for the Pine Ridge Catholic Parishes and held the title of He Sapa Win 2007 - 2008 (Miss Black Hills Pow Wow ambassador). Later, returning to school, she received her graduate degree in 2011 from the Native Voices Indigenous Documentary film program at the University of Washington, Seattle. Currently, she works as the Academic Coordinator for the American Indian Studies Interdepartmental Program at the University of California, Los Angeles as well as adjunct faculty for the American Indian Studies program at California State University, Northridge. In fall 2017, Clementine will begin a doctoral program in Culture and Performance in the World Arts and Culture Department at UCLA. She is enjoying her urban Native experience in Southern California and volunteers regularly for several non-profit organizations that serve American Indian communities in Los Angeles County. Clementine believes in the power of education, advocates for Indigenous viewpoints and maintains her support of Native made media in all forms.
Neetu S. Badhan-Smith (Secretary)
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge
Nora Bright is Vice President of Bristol Associates, a recruiting firm based in Los Angeles. She and her cousin Ben Farber represent the company's third generation of the family-owned search firm which was founded in 1967. In addition to overseeing several administrative aspects of the firm including marketing and operations, Nora also founded the company's Nonprofit and Arts Division. Nora specializes in recruiting for middle and senior management positions such as Vice Presidents, Directors and Managers in all aspects of nonprofit and arts administration. She works with nonprofit organizations throughout Southern California as well as nationally. As a lover of the performing arts, Nora studied clarinet with Yehuda Gilad at the Colburn School of Performing Arts, and now plays the drums. Before joining Bristol Associates, Nora also held positions in arts administration with New Roads School and the Colburn School. Nora holds a BA from Scripps College in English.
Carolyn Van Brunt
In 2010 Carolyn assumed the role of Vice-President of Guest Relations for The Music Center (Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County) to provide a first-class guest experience. Her responsibilities include supervision of the general information functions; direction of the four House Managers and Guest Services Staff (over 400 ushers), Theater Support Staff; Tour Staff and the volunteer docent group, The Symphonians. She is also responsible for oversight and management of the Music Center’s Patina contractual relationship; management of the Founders Rooms Operations and coordinating with Classic Parking systems and its relationship with Los Angeles County. Throughout her 14 years at the Music Center, Carolyn has also served as its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator. In this capacity, she interacts with all Music Center resident companies to ensure campus-wide compliance with Department of Justice regulations, relative to program access and physical barriers for guests with disabilities. She is committed to full inclusion, providing safe, enjoyable and equally accessible experiences for every guest of the Music Center. While participating in The Music Center’s Active Arts program, Carolyn was introduced to Cornerstone Theater Company. She was subsequently cast in Cornerstone's Justice Cycle productions For All Time and 3 Truths (2008). She has remained an ardent supporter of CTC and its vision and is honored to join its Board of Directors. Prior to joining the Music Center Carolyn spent more than 20 years in guest relations, PR, ADA consulting and community relations, primarily in the sports and entertainment industries. She is President and Owner of Called-Out Consultants, an event management firm. She has an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Barnard College and a Masters Degree in Communications Management from the Annenberg School at USC.
Michele DeRosa is a passionate Career Development professional with extensive experience working with individuals and groups in colleges, consulting companies, organizations, and private practice. Currently, she is a contractor for Kaiser’s Workforce Development initiative providing career services to union employees. She also facilitates job support groups at Beit T’Shuvah, a Jewish addiction recovery center, and teaches part time at California State Univ., Northridge and Antioch Univ., Los Angeles. Michele worked in recruitment and career management for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, then for DBM where she designed a career development program for a major airline, webinars for a high tech firm, and leadership workshops for USOC coaches, and consulted with hundreds of diverse clients in career transition. Michele received two Bachelor's of Arts in English and Theatre from Univ. Of California, Santa Barbara; her M.A. is in Educational Psychology from California Polytechnic State Univ. San Luis Obispo. Michele’s fascination with performing arts began during childhood with frequent outings to summer stock musicals in Bucks County, PA, followed by participating in community and children’s theater, then college productions, and more recently studying and performing with the Galli Theater in Germany. She is a founding and current board member of the Los Angeles Dance Foundation. Michele has been an avid supporter and community partner with CTC since 2001: participating in story circles, performing in “Faith” and “Justice” cycle shows and “Creative Seeds” mini –performances, facilitating dialogue processes, and serving on the Community Advisory Council. She is active on the Board of Temple Beth Israel (TBI) of Highland Park and Eagle Rock, the second oldest continually operating synagogue in L.A., during an exciting time of growth, resurgence and community outreach.
Paula Ely (Chair)
Paula Ely has worked in film, television, and visual media for 24 years. In 1991 she joined the television division of Carolco Pictures, Hollywood’s largest independent production company at the time. After Carolco’s closing, Paula joined Kazmark Entertainment Group, a firm which creates television advertising and programming trade opportunities in collaboration with major advertising agencies. Paula oversaw the creation of the Kazmark subsidiary Springbok Films in 2002, and has served in producing roles for several films under the Springbok banner. In 2005, Paula produced and directed the documentary Vanishing Cultures: Bushmen of the Kalahari, an official selection at nine national and international film festivals. The film was named “Best Documentary” at the Gulf Coast Film & Video Festival, and Paula received the “Best Producer” award at the La Femme Film Festival in Los Angeles. The documentary was also selected to partner with Peter Gabriel’s human rights organization WITNESS in a Movies That Matter project in association with jaman.com. In 2009 Paula managed production administration for the PBS pledge drive special “The Answer is You”, featuring Michael Bernard Beckwith. Paula received the Volunteer of the Year award in 2004 from the non-profit organization PAWS/LA, and produced and directed their fundraising videos and public service announcements in 2006 and 2009. Paula served on the awards committee for the 2009 IDA Documentary Awards and has been a panelist for four years for the Roy W. Dean Los Angeles Film Grant. In 2012 Paula completed UCLA’s Certificate of Archaeology in the Department of Humanities, Anthropology, which she received with the designation “earned with distinction.” She has also taught as a volunteer adult literacy tutor with the Los Angeles Public Library literacy program and has worked as a volunteer with service programs in Cartago, Costa Rica and Prampram, Ghana. She is currently at work producing a new documentary entitled “The Money Stone,” directed by Stuart Harmon, which explores the little-known world of illegal gold mining in Ghana. “The Money Stone” has received a grant from the New York State Council for the Arts, a Brooklyn Arts Council grant, and the Roy W. Dean Los Angeles Documentary Video Grant. Paula is an avid collector of fine-art photography, and in 2012 was invited to serve on the board of the Photographic Arts Council at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. After LACMA’s council reorganization in 2013, she joined her fellow board members in the creation of the independent organization PAC/LA, dedicated to fostering individual and community-wide appreciation for the photographic arts.
Michael John Garcés
Michael has been an ensemble member at Cornerstone since 2006. Plays he has written for Cornerstone include Magic Fruit, the final, "bridge" project of the multi-year Hunger Cycle which brings together the many communities of the cycle in a culminating production; The Forked Path, a collaboration with Stut Theatre and the Van der Hoeven Kliniek in the Netherlands, which was performed at the Net Even Anders Festival in Utrecht and The International Community Arts Festival in Rotterdam; Consequence, out of story circles with students, teachers, administrators and parents in South Kern County; and Los Illegals, created in residence with communities of day laborers and domestic workers. Los Illegals was subsequently produced by Teatro Bravo in Phoenix; it is published in Theatre Magazine (Yale School of Drama/Duke University Press - More info on this Publication). Directing credits at the company include Urban Rez by Larissa FastHorse, California: The Tempest by Alison Carey, Plumas Negras by Juliette Carrillo, Café Vida by Lisa Loomer, and Making Paradise by Tom Jacobson, Shishir Kurup and Deborah Wicks La Puma; as well as the upcoming What Happens Next by Naomi Iizuka, which will be produced by the La Jolla Playhouse in association with Cornerstone. Michael is a core member of the Living Word Project in San Francisco, where he has developed and directed three works by Marc Bamuthi Joseph: /peh-LO-tah/ a futbol freedom suite (premiere at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, subsequently at the Hancher and The Kennedy Center), red, black and GREEN: a blues (various venues including The Brooklyn Academy of Music and REDCAT) and the break/s (premiere at Humana Festival and The Walker Arts Center). He is also a company member of the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Washington DC where he most recently directed The Arsonists by Max Frisch. Directing credits at other theaters include District Merchants by Aaron Posner (The Folger Theatre), Wrestling Jerusalem by Aaron Davidman (premiere at Intersection for the Arts; other productions include The Guthrie Theatre, Cleveland Public Theatre and Mosaic Theatre), and Seven Spots on the Sun by Martín Zimmerman (The Theatre @ Boston Court). His full-length plays include south (Great Plains Theatre Conference), THE WEB (needtheatre), points of departure and customs (INTA
Ellen Gavin is currently working as a writer/director in Los Angeles. She is the author of numerous screenplays, teleplays and plays that have garnering national awards; she has received numerous travel and residency fellowships nationally and internationally. Recently she was a staff writer on a eighteen-episode Nicaraguan drama entitled Contracorriente, currently broadcasting on major networks throughout Latin America. Her feature romantic comedy, G.P.S. I Love You will be produced and directed by British filmmaker Pratibha Parmar (Nina’s Heavenly Delights (2008), Khush (1991), Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth (2013) of Kali Films. Ellen’s last play Stardust and Empty Wagons, chronicled the experience of 25 Katrina survivors and was accompanied live by the renowned Hot Eight Brass Band of New Orleans. Gavin was one of the first female firefighters in the San Diego Fire Department, inspiring her first play, The Roof's on Fire! and a one-hour dramatic pilot, Walk Under Ladders. She spent three years as a professional municipal firefighter/EMT, working at one of the busiest stations in the city. For over two decades, Gavin was the Founding Artistic Director of the Brava Theater Center in San Francisco, a nationally-recognized theater serving women and playwrights of color. She led a $6 million capital campaign to purchase and renovate the historic vaudeville York Theater in San Francisco's Mission District into a state-of-of-the-art theater complex (with 400 and 100 seat theaters) serving a broad audience. She collaborated on the renovation design in two phases with modernist architects Mark Cavagnero and Anne Fougeron. The completed Brava Theater Center won numerous awards including the AIA No. California Design Award and the International Neon Competition for marquee designer Fernando Duarte; it was featured on the cover of Contract Magazine. Over more than two decades of her artistic leadership, Gavin acted as producer for hundreds of World Premiere productions including premieres by Suzan Lori-Parks, Cherrie Moraga, Culture Clash, Gillian Slovo, Eve Ensler, Diana Son, Joan Holden, Kate Rigg, and many others. She presented internationally-recognized musicians such as Lesley Gore, Trio Los Panchos, Ojos de Brujo, Teague and Sarah, Lila Downs, Ely Guerra, Ritchie Havens, Janis Ian and Ismael Serrano. The Brava Theater Academy’s educational activities were groundbreaking–including DramaDIVAS, the first LGBT youth theater in the country, S.F. Running Crew, which taught at-risk youth technical theater skills, and Brava! for Literacy, which used theater as a tool to improve reading. Gavin was the recipient of the LAVA Award, Focus Magazine’s Artistic Achievement Award, the Bay Guardian Local Hero Award and GOLDie Local Discovery Awards, numerous national awards and travel fellowships to Cuba, Mexico and Central America. In 2008, Mayor Gavin Newsom declared Ellen Gavin Day, in honor of her two decades of service to San Francisco’s cultural life.
Lindsay graduated with her B.F.A in Theatre Performance from Miami University of Ohio (during which she was an Irene Ryan Nominee), and then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film and television. Almost a year later, she was cast as Christine Banks in Fox’s hit show Boston Public where she earned Emmy consideration in the category of Outstanding Guest Star. This recognition lead to numerous other guest appearances on shows including: ER, Strong Medicine, Any Day Now, and Popular. This also led to the opportunity to originate the character of Susan Adamson on NBC’s popular daytime series Days of Our Lives. Since then, Lindsay has continued to guest star on television shows, having gained most recognition from her roles on Nip/Tuck, Law and Order: SVU, Joan of Arcadia, Cold Case, Big Love, Desperate Housewives, Scrubs, My Name is Earl, CSI: New York, Bones, Necessary Roughness, NCIS: Los Angeles and Wayward Pines, a mini-series from Producer M. Night Shyamalan. Lindsay has completed work in over thirteen films; most notable would be her role opposite Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway in Get Smart, as Max’s Dance Partner, a now iconic dance scene. Lindsay just completed filming the next installment of a classic series of movies, Pee Wee’s Big Holiday produced by comedy legend Judd Apatow. Lindsay is also the owner and operator of The Pie Hole, along with her husband Matty and business partner Sean. The Pie Hole currently has three locations, including one that sits next door to Cornerstone Theater Company in the Arts District of Los Angeles. Lindsay is also a very active member of the Los Angeles River and Business Association (LARABA) and is the chair of the Community Committee.
April Ibarra is a director and acting coach in Los Angeles. She graduated with her MFA from Cal State Fullerton in Theatre Arts and her BA from Cal State Northridge. She is currently the director of Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre, STD Prevention Program, "What Goes Around," that tours High schools in Southern California. April has a deep commitment to cultural diversity as a director and educator. She has worked, performed and directed in many multicultural and bilingual theatres throughout Los Angeles, including Casa 0101, the Frida Kahlo Theatre, Breath of Fire, and East LA Rep. As a director, she continually looks for ways to reach all audiences and has a social responsibility to bring theatre to underserved communities. Fortunately, with her position at Kaiser, She is able to take the STD prevention show to many high risk areas in Southern California to educate students as well as provide a theatre experience. She also directed “Two Hands, Four Hearts, No Seatbelts”, a collection of Neil LaBute shorts at Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre in the NOHO Arts district. Another directing foray was directing a sketch comedy group called PMS (Pinche Mentirosa Sisters); that strives to empower Latina women, with a performance style similar to the well-known, “Culture Clash." Most recently, she directed the premiere of “Tulip” by Josefina Lopez at Casa 0101. Her next project is directing a webisode series for Kaiser Permanente and in the Spring a one woman show starring Miriam Peniche. April also serves as the Production Coordinator for the Highland Park Independent Film Festival. The HPIFF is coming upon their third year and will be showcasing over 40 independent films at the historic Highland park theatre October 6th-8th, 2016.
Lee Lawlor (Treasurer)
Lee Lawlor has been actively engaged with the southern California non-profit arts community for many years. She is currently the Business Manager at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. She has previously held positions as General Manager at Grand Performances and Cornerstone Theater Company, both in downtown Los Angeles. Lee’s other professional arts experience is in finance, fundraising and communications, including prior staff positions with Center Stage in Baltimore, Maryland, with the Office of Cultural Relations at the University of Southern California and at Los Angeles Stage Alliance. Lee has served as a grants review panelist for the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Long Beach Arts Council and California State Arts Commission. She has also volunteered as a member of the Event Committee for the Mayor’s LGBT Heritage Month Celebration and the LA Stage Ovation Awards Rules committee. Lee lives in Marina del Rey with her partner and pets.
Miriam Peniche has 11 years of banking experience. She has been working with the Prospect Management Program at U.S. Bank for the past 4 years. She has been instrumental in helping the program in its various growth opportunities. Prior to her current role at U.S. Bank, Miriam worked for a lead generation firm in West LA for 8 years doing similar work. In addition to having a passion for banking, she has a true passion for the theater, having participated in several stage productions as Actor, Producer, Writer and Director. For the past 12 years, Miriam has actively volunteered with a Non-Profit community theater in Boyle Heights, dedicated to providing vital arts, cultural, and educational programs to the local community through theater, digital filmmaking, art, and dance.
(Pronounced Gen-eh-veeve Ree-you-tort) Genevieve began her career in nonprofit social service at St. Joseph Center, a non-profit organization in Venice, CA with a variety of programs for homeless people, low-income families, seniors and veterans. Her role included assisting with government and foundation grants and general development work. She began working as the Director of Development at the Westside Food Bank in Santa Monica in March of 2004. At that time she was the only staff person exclusively devoted to Development work. She currently serves as Westside Food Bank’s Chief Development Officer, managing a full time Development Coordinator and 2-6 Development Interns and co-managing a part time administrative assistant. During her 12.5 years at the Westside Food Bank she oversaw a comprehensive rebranding project, produced several videos and PSAs, increased the agency’s media appearances, and implemented a new donor database system including higher online giving functionality. She is responsible for all private foundation grant seeking, event planning, individual and corporate giving, communications and marketing and public relations. During her tenure the organization has gone from a budget of less than one million dollars to now close to two million and greatly increased its donor pool. Genevieve has served for eight years as a member and/or officer on the Board of Directors of the Nonprofit Communications and Media Network. (Formerly known as PIRATES) The NCM Network provides education, networking opportunities and media coaching to help Los Angeles area nonprofit organizations better connect with local media and tell their stories effectively. www.ncmnetwork.org Genevieve also served during 2015 as an officer on the board of the Association of Fundraising Professional, Greater Los Angeles Chapter, providing governance and developing the organization’s social media program. http://afpglac.afpnet.org/ For three seasons and 30 episodes, Genevieve was the volunteer producer and host of the City TV Santa Monica show NonProfit Profiles, which features interviews with Santa Monica based non-profit agency clients, staff and board members. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdtfDSuWe83ZFRj8XZz280w or http://www.smgov.net/departments/citytv/
Matthew Rowland (Vice-Chair)
As Co-President of Incentive Filmed Entertainment, Mr. Rowland shares responsibility for oversight of all operating activity for the company. IFE has produced five films including, THE OTHER WOMAN, BLUE VALENTINE, AREA 51, SHARK NIGHT 3D, and PARKER. As Head of Production for Screen Capital, Mr. Rowland has worked primarily on the structured financing of independent films. Prior to joining IFE/SCI in 2008, Mr. Rowland produced and executive produced a number of independent films, including ROMANCE & CIGARETTES, MEET BILL, BALLS OUT, SLOW BURN and JUST A KISS. Mr. Rowland began his film career as a general factotum for the Academy Award winning producer Ismail Merchant, working on all aspects of the production of Merchant Ivory films including A ROOM WITH A VIEW, MAURICE, THE DECEIVERS, SLAVES OF NEW YORK and MR. & MRS. BRIDGE. He left MIP to join the DGA/AMPTP Assistant Director Training Program in New York City and after completion of the program joined the DGA. Mr. Rowland had a long career as a freelance Assistant Director and Production Manager working on over thirty feature films, with directors like Rob Reiner, Diane Keaton, Jonathan Lynn, Woody Allen and Jim Abrahams. His films include, among others, A FEW GOOD MEN, HOT SHOTS, THE DIVINE SECRETS OF THE YA-YA SISTERHOOD, UNSTRUNG HEROES, STICK IT and FLUBBER. Mr. Rowland graduated from Harvard College with a degree in English History & Literature.
Yosi Sergant has worked in community organizing, communications, marketing and business development for over 15 years- integrating art, music and culture into his work whenever possible. During the 2008 Presidential campaign, Sergant engaged artists from across the globe in a vast viral movement in support of then candidate Senator Barack Obama, the most prominent of which is the now ubiquitous "HOPE" campaign he managed with artist Shepard Fairey. Following the election, Sergant served in the White House Office of Public Engagement before accepting an appointment to the National Endowment for the Arts as the Director of Communications. Sergant recently launched TaskForce, a pro-social media and marketing outfit headquartered in Los Angeles, CA. TaskForce engages leaders of the creative community in systemized and strategic initiatives designed to raise awareness and build momentum for organizations and businesses tackling our worlds most pressing challenges. Sergant holds a degree from The University of California, Los Angeles where he studied World Arts and Cultures.
Mark Valdez is an artist, organizer and consultant based in Los Angeles. As a consultant, Mark brings over 20 years experience and expertise around community engagement, creative facilitation, and cross-sector collaborations. He has worked with clients and organizations that include the Center for Performance and Civic Practice, EMC Arts, LISC, Cuyahoga County Arts Council, Tucson Pima Arts Council, Los Angeles' Music Center, the Irvine Foundation, Community Engagement and the Arts (CEC), the Alliance Theater, NRDC's Urban Solutions, Arizona State University, and various others. Mark has designed, organized and implemented a wide range of gatherings, convenings, symposia, and conferences, including the MicroFest USA initiative for the Network of Ensemble Theaters, hyper-local events that explore the value and impact of the arts and artists to communities. These large-scale, community specific events took place in Detroit, Appalachia (Knoxville, TN/Harlan County, KY), New Orleans, and Honolulu. This method of organizing regionally for nation impact has been widely lauded and written about and featured in publications ranging from Huffington Post to the Grantmakers in the Arts' Reader magazine. As a writer and director, Mark has worked at theaters such as the Alliance Theatre, East West Players, the Falcon Theatre, the Mark Taper Forum, Mixed Blood, the Ricardo Montalban Theater, Teatro Vision, Trinity Rep, among others. Recent projects include a national tour of DJ Latinidad's Latino Dance Party, which he created to explore latinidad in contemporary U.S. culture, through the lens of a dance party; a commission from the Alliance Theater to create a new play with and for people living and working along the Buford Highway, home to one of Atlanta's largest immigrant/New American communities. Mark is also working with playwright Jose Cruz Gonzalez on a new play, Curious, to encourage young Latinas to pursue careers in the sciences. From 2007-2015 Valdez was the Executive Director of the Network of Ensemble Theaters (NET), a national community of artists and arts organizations dedicated to collaborative creation, headquartered in Los Angeles. Under his leadership, NET membership grew from 75 to 400, representing over 38 states and a variety of aesthetic practices, cultures, and geographies. In his tenure at NET, the organization launched the NET Travel and Exchange Network (NET/TEN), a grant program to encourage and support relationship building and knowledge sharing between artists, both in the U.S. and abroad. Directing credits include the first ever approved adaptation of the Kaufman and Hart classic, You Can't Take It With You (adapted to the American-Muslim community) and a bi-lingual (English-Spanish) adaptation of the musical comedy, The Pajama Game. He;s worked many of America's leading playwrights, including Luis Alfaro, Jose Cruz Gonzalez, Kristopher Diaz, Erik Ehn, Tracey Scott Wilson, Tanya Saracho, Molly Smith Metzer, and Octavio Solis. In May 2017, Mark will direct Fuente Ovejuna by Lope de Vega at Trinity Rep in Providence. Mark also served as the Associate Artistic Director for Cornerstone Theater Company (1997-2005), a community-based ensemble working in LA and around the country. Mark directed and produced many projects for the company including The Mall Plays, Festival of Faith, and the City-Wide Bridge Cycle. Mark also helped lead the documentation of Cornerstone's community-based methodology and he helped envision and create the Cornerstone Institute, which brings together artists and organizers from across the country to gain hands-on experience in community engagement practices. Valdez has led a wide range of workshops and participated in numerous panels. He was a finalist for the Alan Schneider Director Award and he the recipient of a Princess Grace Award for Directing and for Special Projects, three MAP grant awards, and a NALAC Artist Grant. Mark's projects have been supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Ford Foundation, the Wallace Fund, APAP, the Mellon Foundation, the Doris Duke Charitable Trust, the Irvine Foundation, and various other private and public funders.
Megan Wanlass joined Cornerstone Theater Company as its new Managing Director in January 2014. Megan Wanlass has been a member of Anne Bogart's SITI Company since 1995 and its Executive Director since 2000. In her tenure with SITI, Megan has helped to create over 35 productions, which premiered in or toured to 88 cities, 32 states and 19 countries. She began working with Anne Bogart during The Adding Machine at Actors Theatre of Louisville (1995) during the Modern Masters Festival. She has an Arts Administration Certificate from New York University, attended the Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders at Stanford University Business School, was a member of the Arts Leadership Institute Charter Class at Teachers College, Columbia University, participated in the National Arts Strategies Executive Leadership Program and holds a B.A. in Theater from Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. Megan currently serves on the board of Theatre Communications Group (TCG) and as the president of the PTA for the Pearls Hawthorne School in Yonkers, NY.
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