Alyson Earl is a storyteller, dreamer, gardener, listener, wanderer, finder of lost things, and connector of dots. She creates WordPress websites and helps small business owners get and stay organized at Alyson Earl Design Studio.
Erich Goldstein is a mathematician by training, an educator by profession, and a playwright by passion. He serves on the board of Creative Works of Lancaster, an organization bringing more and varied performing arts to the city.
Dr. Amanda Kemp
Dr. Amanda Kemp is the Founder and Artistic Director of Theatre for Transformation, a touring company that produces plays about African American history. A playwright and performer, Amanda’s works have appeared at the New Perspectives Theatre Off Broadway, the National Black Theatre Festival and many schools and churches. She is a Visiting Scholar at Franklin & Marshall College and also teaches at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and Millersville University. She is the mother of two children and a proud resident of Lancaster City.
Chad Martin is currently a pastor at Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster, including helping coordinate the Parrot Gallery. He has taught art to students of all ages, most notably working as the Ceramics Studio Coordinator for the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild in Pittsburgh. He has written for various publications including Ceramics Monthly, Worship and the Conrad Grebel Review. He is married to Jessica King, has two daughters, and lives in southeast Lancaster in a funky retro-mod house.
Andrew Zahn is an actor, writer, speaker and candy lover. He acts on stages, writes at www.zahndrew.com, speaks to sales professionals, and creatives and eats candy whenever possible. His ebook Ten Commandments for Creatives releases September 15, 2012.
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