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Danielle Brutto is a painter – including commissioned work such as signs, murals, and scenic pieces – and an Artist In Residence for Community Guilds. As a working artist, she doesn't spend time with children on a daily basis, so it’s that contact that most excites her about working on STE(A)M Truck projects. "Just to spend time with them, and to see their excitement over being able to make things is incredibly satisfying," says Danielle. Art making almost never stops with Danielle. In her spare time, she enjoys weaving and playing music; she even has her own band, Din, the music of which she characterizes as "experimental."

Danielle Brutto is a painter – including commissioned work such as signs, murals, and scenic pieces – and an Artist In Residence for Community Guilds. As a working artist, she doesn't spend time with children on a daily basis, so it’s that contact that most excites her about working on STE(A)M Truck projects.

"Just to spend time with them, and to see their excitement over being able to make things is incredibly satisfying," says Danielle.

Art making almost never stops with Danielle. In her spare time, she enjoys weaving and playing music; she even has her own band, Din, the music of which she characterizes as "experimental."

DANIELLE BRUTTO

Artist in Residence

Keith Devries is a professional maker, and a Maker Mentor in the STE(A)M Truck program. "I spend my free time making all sorts of things," says Keith. "I've built a wide variety of costumes, from Buzz Lightyear to Sulley from Monster's Inc., to a larger-than-life queen of a wine festival. I recently built a cargo bike and got to develop my skills as a welder a little further. I've always been interested in exploring new materials and tools and the possibilities they bring." Keith is excited to share the love of making with kids and hopes his passion and enthusiasm rubs off. He views the hands-on practical skills that STE(A)M Truck teaches, as well as the non-cognitive traits such as grit and optimism, as being essential and highly transferable, so much so that he wants to see all young people have the opportunity to develop them. 

Keith Devries is a professional maker, and a Maker Mentor in the STE(A)M Truck program.

"I spend my free time making all sorts of things," says Keith. "I've built a wide variety of costumes, from Buzz Lightyear to Sulley from Monster's Inc., to a larger-than-life queen of a wine festival. I recently built a cargo bike and got to develop my skills as a welder a little further. I've always been interested in exploring new materials and tools and the possibilities they bring."

Keith is excited to share the love of making with kids and hopes his passion and enthusiasm rubs off. He views the hands-on practical skills that STE(A)M Truck teaches, as well as the non-cognitive traits such as grit and optimism, as being essential and highly transferable, so much so that he wants to see all young people have the opportunity to develop them. 

Keith Devries

Maker Mentor

Domenic Liggett is the Operations Manager for Community Guilds, a role he describes as the MacGyver of the organization. "If you need if fixed, set up, made better, or created from scratch I'm your guy," says Domenic. "There isn't a problem I won't tackle, from laser cutters to automotive." Domenic gets charged up by helping kids grow their self confidence. "It is very gratifying to be the one to show a child how to solder for the first time, how to measure and cut wood for the first time," said Domenic. In his spare time, Domenic likes making things he's never made before, or helping others make whatever they want to make. 

Domenic Liggett is the Operations Manager for Community Guilds, a role he describes as the MacGyver of the organization. "If you need if fixed, set up, made better, or created from scratch I'm your guy," says Domenic. "There isn't a problem I won't tackle, from laser cutters to automotive."

Domenic gets charged up by helping kids grow their self confidence. "It is very gratifying to be the one to show a child how to solder for the first time, how to measure and cut wood for the first time," said Domenic.

In his spare time, Domenic likes making things he's never made before, or helping others make whatever they want to make. 

Domenic Liggett

Operations Manager

 
Jason Martin is the founder and executive director of Community Guilds. Prior to starting Community Guilds, Jason accumulated over two decades of school reform experience. His career began in the classroom through Teach For America. He then helped launch the first charter school in Harlem and then gained considerable experience with state and national educational policy.   Jason loves the potential for STE(A)M Trucks to positively and meaningfully disrupt public education across the country. "Most schools look exactly the same as they did 100 years ago," Jason states "so let's bring the change needed and park it right outside the school's front door." Running an early-stage nonprofit doesn't leave much free time, but he loves hearing his two girls proclaim "I'm a fixer!" and then take over most of the household repairs Jason's wife has requested. When he does have free time it's either spent fly fishing or practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.  

Jason Martin is the founder and executive director of Community Guilds. Prior to starting Community Guilds, Jason accumulated over two decades of school reform experience. His career began in the classroom through Teach For America. He then helped launch the first charter school in Harlem and then gained considerable experience with state and national educational policy.  

Jason loves the potential for STE(A)M Trucks to positively and meaningfully disrupt public education across the country. "Most schools look exactly the same as they did 100 years ago," Jason states "so let's bring the change needed and park it right outside the school's front door."

Running an early-stage nonprofit doesn't leave much free time, but he loves hearing his two girls proclaim "I'm a fixer!" and then take over most of the household repairs Jason's wife has requested. When he does have free time it's either spent fly fishing or practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.  

Jason Martin

Executive Director

Mike Mooney is an industrial engineer turned professional maker, and a Maker Mentor on the STE(A)M Truck. He loves process, documentation, and iterative design, and hopes to share the knowledge of good engineering to a new generation of young builders and tinkerers through his work with Community Guilds. When not working with the mobile maker space, he co-owns and operates a makerspace/rapid prototyping facility for adults called MASS Collective, where free time is spent trying to “Learn ALL the Things.”

Mike Mooney is an industrial engineer turned professional maker, and a Maker Mentor on the STE(A)M Truck. He loves process, documentation, and iterative design, and hopes to share the knowledge of good engineering to a new generation of young builders and tinkerers through his work with Community Guilds. When not working with the mobile maker space, he co-owns and operates a makerspace/rapid prototyping facility for adults called MASS Collective, where free time is spent trying to “Learn ALL the Things.”

Mike Mooney

Maker Mentor

Nate is a second year student at Georgia Tech. He had many opportunities in school to engage in engineering and technology. He’s thankful for those experiences and that they got him to where he is now. Knowing that not everyone is afforded those same opportunities, he’s eager to share what he’s learning with others. He is a biomedical engineering student with experience running machine shops and believes that he can inspire young students to get as excited about making and engineering as he is.

Nate is a second year student at Georgia Tech. He had many opportunities in school to engage in engineering and technology. He’s thankful for those experiences and that they got him to where he is now. Knowing that not everyone is afforded those same opportunities, he’s eager to share what he’s learning with others. He is a biomedical engineering student with experience running machine shops and believes that he can inspire young students to get as excited about making and engineering as he is.

NATE PAte

Maker Mentor

 
Kris Pilcher, a professional artist and scenic designer, is an Artist In Residence for Community Guilds. His work, which focuses on community engagement and social change, has appeared in exhibitions and galleries throughout Atlanta and beyond. What most excites him about STE(A)M Truck is “helping children explore their creative potential while working with cool technology, all while making the world a better place.”

Kris Pilcher, a professional artist and scenic designer, is an Artist In Residence for Community Guilds. His work, which focuses on community engagement and social change, has appeared in exhibitions and galleries throughout Atlanta and beyond.

What most excites him about STE(A)M Truck is “helping children explore their creative potential while working with cool technology, all while making the world a better place.”

KRIS PILCHER

Artist in Residence

Weatherly is a self-taught artist that plays in lots of mediums from paint to fabric to sculpture to miming! Ok, not miming. She loves STE(A)M Truck for combining creative design thinking into traditionally STEM projects, putting the A(rt) in STE(A)M Truck!  Prior to working with STE(A)M Truck, Weatherly worked as an innovation consultant, and as an ESL teacher in South Korea.  In her spare time, Weatherly is busy trying ALL THE THINGS, from installation sculptures to movie making to studying languages, and she loves picking up new hobbies. See a redhead practicing Korean and learning taxidermy? That's probably her. 

Weatherly is a self-taught artist that plays in lots of mediums from paint to fabric to sculpture to miming! Ok, not miming.

She loves STE(A)M Truck for combining creative design thinking into traditionally STEM projects, putting the A(rt) in STE(A)M Truck! 

Prior to working with STE(A)M Truck, Weatherly worked as an innovation consultant, and as an ESL teacher in South Korea. 

In her spare time, Weatherly is busy trying ALL THE THINGS, from installation sculptures to movie making to studying languages, and she loves picking up new hobbies. See a redhead practicing Korean and learning taxidermy? That's probably her. 

With strong passion for ensuring educational support organizations like STE(A)M Truck are aligned with school and community priorities, Annie is helping STE(A)M Truck integrate its programs into the curriculum and classroom activities in the schools that STE(A)M Truck serves. Annie is a Teach For America alum and former educator working in both traditional public and charter schools. Prior to joining STE(A)M Truck, Annie worked for the TFA Institute training the next cohort of teachers with a particular focus on cultural competency, diversity inclusion, and social emotional learning. In her spare time, Annie enjoys throwing dinner parties and trying to keep plants alive.

With strong passion for ensuring educational support organizations like STE(A)M Truck are aligned with school and community priorities, Annie is helping STE(A)M Truck integrate its programs into the curriculum and classroom activities in the schools that STE(A)M Truck serves. Annie is a Teach For America alum and former educator working in both traditional public and charter schools. Prior to joining STE(A)M Truck, Annie worked for the TFA Institute training the next cohort of teachers with a particular focus on cultural competency, diversity inclusion, and social emotional learning. In her spare time, Annie enjoys throwing dinner parties and trying to keep plants alive.

ANNIE SCHICK

STEM Designer

 
Entrepreneur Bill Schnitzer, whose company Quality Fabricators serves the apparel retail, fabric care, and manufacturing industries, is Community Guilds’ CFO. He is drawn to the work of STE(A)M Truck because it targets kids who might not otherwise have a meaningful exposure to STEM education. Bill enjoys biking,  hiking, cooking, traveling, and yoga in his spare time.

Entrepreneur Bill Schnitzer, whose company Quality Fabricators serves the apparel retail, fabric care, and manufacturing industries, is Community Guilds’ CFO. He is drawn to the work of STE(A)M Truck because it targets kids who might not otherwise have a meaningful exposure to STEM education. Bill enjoys biking,  hiking, cooking, traveling, and yoga in his spare time.

Sculptor Mike Stasny is an Artist In Residence. “I teach kids to get weird,” says Mike, which is perfect since his profession also calls upon him to be weird.  “I learn as much from the students, if not more, as they learn from me because they solve problems in ways I never would have thought of,” says Mike. “My goal: keep them fearless by making room for exploration and failure.” Mike professes not to have free time, an upshot when one makes “fooling around” his profession . “I play the same as I work, so I guess sleeping is my free time activity!” 

Sculptor Mike Stasny is an Artist In Residence. “I teach kids to get weird,” says Mike, which is perfect since his profession also calls upon him to be weird. 

“I learn as much from the students, if not more, as they learn from me because they solve problems in ways I never would have thought of,” says Mike. “My goal: keep them fearless by making room for exploration and failure.”

Mike professes not to have free time, an upshot when one makes “fooling around” his profession . “I play the same as I work, so I guess sleeping is my free time activity!” 

Mike Stasny

Artist in Residence

Melanie is the lead STEM designer at STE(A)M Truck, where she works closely with makers, students, teachers, artists, and administrators to facilitate collaboration and ensure that our programs engage, excite, and transform while aligning with educational standards. Melanie’s background includes over a decade of experience in education, research, and self-taught making; she holds a graduate degree in cognitive science, with a focus on the cognitive and developmental processes that underpin learning. Melanie is a firm believer that, with a bit of gumption and the power of Google, anyone can learn to do just about anything. She describes STE(A)M Truck as “an absolutely perfect intersection of all the things she’s ever done and the things that excite her.”

Melanie is the lead STEM designer at STE(A)M Truck, where she works closely with makers, students, teachers, artists, and administrators to facilitate collaboration and ensure that our programs engage, excite, and transform while aligning with educational standards. Melanie’s background includes over a decade of experience in education, research, and self-taught making; she holds a graduate degree in cognitive science, with a focus on the cognitive and developmental processes that underpin learning. Melanie is a firm believer that, with a bit of gumption and the power of Google, anyone can learn to do just about anything. She describes STE(A)M Truck as “an absolutely perfect intersection of all the things she’s ever done and the things that excite her.”

MELANIE TUMLIN

Program Director

 
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Board of Directors

Luz Borero is the Deputy Chief Operating Officer for Development for DeKalb County, Georgia. She previously served as the Deputy Chief Operating Officer for the City of Atlanta under Mayor Shirley Franklin. Luz has been a Community Guilds board member and its treasurer since joining us in 2015. She is excited about the innovations that Community Guilds brings to public education, especially how it fosters coordination between the mind and body to create physical objects. If Luz was a maker, she would make musical instruments like the marimba, something that excels in both rhythm and melody. 

Luz Borero is the Deputy Chief Operating Officer for Development for DeKalb County, Georgia. She previously served as the Deputy Chief Operating Officer for the City of Atlanta under Mayor Shirley Franklin.

Luz has been a Community Guilds board member and its treasurer since joining us in 2015. She is excited about the innovations that Community Guilds brings to public education, especially how it fosters coordination between the mind and body to create physical objects.

If Luz was a maker, she would make musical instruments like the marimba, something that excels in both rhythm and melody. 

Luz Borero

Treasurer

William Reed Dyer is a Senior Associate with Great Schools Partnership of Portland, ME, a nonprofit working to redesign public education and improve learning for all students. A board member since 2013, Reed likes that Community Guilds’ approach and methods are unlike anything students usually encounter in traditional settings, and that the impact often lasts far beyond the time kids spend with Community Guilds. Reed would like to build that ever popular Star Trek device: a transporter. To travel anywhere instantaneously "would give me the pleasure of seeing so many more people and experiencing so many new things," says Reed.

William Reed Dyer is a Senior Associate with Great Schools Partnership of Portland, ME, a nonprofit working to redesign public education and improve learning for all students. A board member since 2013, Reed likes that Community Guilds’ approach and methods are unlike anything students usually encounter in traditional settings, and that the impact often lasts far beyond the time kids spend with Community Guilds.

Reed would like to build that ever popular Star Trek device: a transporter. To travel anywhere instantaneously "would give me the pleasure of seeing so many more people and experiencing so many new things," says Reed.

WILLIAM REED DYER

President

Jonathan Grunberg, a board member since January 2014, is a trial attorney with L. Lin Wood, P.C. in Atlanta. His practice focuses on complex civil litigation in federal court. What excites him most about Community Guilds is that it provides opportunities for children who might otherwise feel marginalized in traditional classroom settings. He would love to build a gargantuan workshop in which he and his friends can build anything that they dream up!

Jonathan Grunberg, a board member since January 2014, is a trial attorney with L. Lin Wood, P.C. in Atlanta. His practice focuses on complex civil litigation in federal court.

What excites him most about Community Guilds is that it provides opportunities for children who might otherwise feel marginalized in traditional classroom settings. He would love to build a gargantuan workshop in which he and his friends can build anything that they dream up!

JONATHAN GRUNBERG

Director

 
."  Brian Williams is the Director of the Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence at Georgia State University, and has been a Community Guilds board member since December 2014. Brian is most excited about the access to making and the maker movement that Community Guilds is creating for disadvantaged children. He feels that the contribution he is assisting with is "invaluable to our world." Like fellow board member Reed Dyer, Brian is a bit of a Trekkie. "There is something very exciting about seeing new worlds and interacting with beings who experience life in very different ways," says Brian. "So I want to build a starship, one that can carry me to the farthest reaches of space." 

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Brian Williams is the Director of the Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence at Georgia State University, and has been a Community Guilds board member since December 2014.

Brian is most excited about the access to making and the maker movement that Community Guilds is creating for disadvantaged children. He feels that the contribution he is assisting with is "invaluable to our world."

Like fellow board member Reed Dyer, Brian is a bit of a Trekkie. "There is something very exciting about seeing new worlds and interacting with beings who experience life in very different ways," says Brian. "So I want to build a starship, one that can carry me to the farthest reaches of space." 

DR. BRIAN WILLIAMs

Director

Sam Hoffner has been a board member since December 2013. He is Chief Operating Officer of Wholesale Carrier Services, Inc. of Coral Springs, FL, a company he has been with since January 2014. Prior to that, Sam has held positions in operations, marketing, and IT for companies that include Coca-Cola, McCann-Erickson, and the Washington Post. Sam is excited about Community Guilds’ innovative approach to public education, a sector that he feels is ready for beneficial disruptive action. "We answer the call for education reform by engaging young people and equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to tackle seemingly insurmountable challenges," says Sam. And what if he could make anything? "I would make a fleet of STE(A)M Trucks so we could reach more students throughout the U.S.," says Sam.

Sam Hoffner has been a board member since December 2013. He is Chief Operating Officer of Wholesale Carrier Services, Inc. of Coral Springs, FL, a company he has been with since January 2014. Prior to that, Sam has held positions in operations, marketing, and IT for companies that include Coca-Cola, McCann-Erickson, and the Washington Post.

Sam is excited about Community Guilds’ innovative approach to public education, a sector that he feels is ready for beneficial disruptive action. "We answer the call for education reform by engaging young people and equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to tackle seemingly insurmountable challenges," says Sam.

And what if he could make anything? "I would make a fleet of STE(A)M Trucks so we could reach more students throughout the U.S.," says Sam.

SAM HOFFNER

Secretary

 

Board of Advisors

Dr. Folami Prescott-Adams is President of HTI Catalysts, a network of consultants that provides coaching, facilitation, and professional development to schools and youth and community-based organizations. Among work arising from this work was a four-year assignment as Director of Leadership Development for KIPP Metro Atlanta. Folami loves the fact that Community Guilds teaches students to be creators, not just consumers. "I see minds churning and critical thinking happening right before my eyes," says Folami. Her dream invention is a virtual empathy machine, something "that allows us to feel – using all senses – what other people in specific life circumstances feel."

Dr. Folami Prescott-Adams is President of HTI Catalysts, a network of consultants that provides coaching, facilitation, and professional development to schools and youth and community-based organizations. Among work arising from this work was a four-year assignment as Director of Leadership Development for KIPP Metro Atlanta.

Folami loves the fact that Community Guilds teaches students to be creators, not just consumers. "I see minds churning and critical thinking happening right before my eyes," says Folami.

Her dream invention is a virtual empathy machine, something "that allows us to feel – using all senses – what other people in specific life circumstances feel."

Dr. Folami Prescott Adams

Matt Candler is Founder and CEO of 4.0 Schools in New Orleans, LA. "4.0 Schools offers a platform for teachers, technologists, and entrepreneurs to create bold solutions for the real problems in America’s schools," explains the organization's website. The level of ownership that kids can claim in their STE(A)M Truck work is what excites Matt most about Community Guilds. "Engagement is through the roof," says Matt. In his spare time, Matt would simply more of what he's already making: electric motorcycles. "It's mostly an excuse to buy tools and surf eBay," confesses Matt.

Matt Candler is Founder and CEO of 4.0 Schools in New Orleans, LA. "4.0 Schools offers a platform for teachers, technologists, and entrepreneurs to create bold solutions for the real problems in America’s schools," explains the organization's website.

The level of ownership that kids can claim in their STE(A)M Truck work is what excites Matt most about Community Guilds. "Engagement is through the roof," says Matt.

In his spare time, Matt would simply more of what he's already making: electric motorcycles. "It's mostly an excuse to buy tools and surf eBay," confesses Matt.

Matt Candler

Maria Ebrahimji is a journalist, independent consultant, and co-founder of I Speak For Myself, a book series and publishing platform that produces interfaith and intercultural titles. Maria previously worked for CNN for 15 years as a journalist, editor, director, and producer. She is thrilled with how Community Guilds inspires and enables children to build BIG. And if she could build anything herself? "I want a robot that zaps the weeds in my yard and waters all my plants so they don’t die during our hot Atlanta summers!"

Maria Ebrahimji is a journalist, independent consultant, and co-founder of I Speak For Myself, a book series and publishing platform that produces interfaith and intercultural titles. Maria previously worked for CNN for 15 years as a journalist, editor, director, and producer.

She is thrilled with how Community Guilds inspires and enables children to build BIG. And if she could build anything herself? "I want a robot that zaps the weeds in my yard and waters all my plants so they don’t die during our hot Atlanta summers!"

Maria EBRAHIMJI

 
Ariela Freedman is the founder of MavenTree Consulting and an adjunct assistant professor at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. She is particularly enamored with the design and thought processes that Community Guilds exposes to students through the STE(A)M Truck curriculum. "It engages kids in defining and really understanding problems, then testing all kinds of strategies for solving them," says Ariela. "It teaches kids that trying and failing is part of the learning process." Ariela would like to create the ultimate "experiential art exhibit" in which people can visit a room laden with raw materials that can be used to create a wide range of things. "I like seeing what people can create collaboratively with random things and no roadmap," says Ariela. 

Ariela Freedman is the founder of MavenTree Consulting and an adjunct assistant professor at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University.

She is particularly enamored with the design and thought processes that Community Guilds exposes to students through the STE(A)M Truck curriculum. "It engages kids in defining and really understanding problems, then testing all kinds of strategies for solving them," says Ariela. "It teaches kids that trying and failing is part of the learning process."

Ariela would like to create the ultimate "experiential art exhibit" in which people can visit a room laden with raw materials that can be used to create a wide range of things. "I like seeing what people can create collaboratively with random things and no roadmap," says Ariela. 

Dr. ARIELA FREEDMAN

 

Adam Green is the founder and executive director of Rocking the Boat, a New York-based nonprofit that is a kindred spirit of Community Guilds; the organization "empowers young people from the South Bronx to develop the self-confidence to set ambitious goals and gain the skills necessary to achieve them. Students work together to build wooden boats, learn to row and sail, and restore local urban waterways, revitalizing their community while creating better lives for themselves." What Adam likes most about Community Guilds could have been said by Community Guilds' founder Jason Martin: "it offers kids the opportunity to learn, not just through doing, but through creating real things that actually work. That is the kind of learning that builds community, changes people, and transforms lives." Given the opportunity to build anything, Adam would stick to what he knows best: wooden boats!

Adam Green is the founder and executive director of Rocking the Boat, a New York-based nonprofit that is a kindred spirit of Community Guilds; the organization "empowers young people from the South Bronx to develop the self-confidence to set ambitious goals and gain the skills necessary to achieve them. Students work together to build wooden boats, learn to row and sail, and restore local urban waterways, revitalizing their community while creating better lives for themselves."

What Adam likes most about Community Guilds could have been said by Community Guilds' founder Jason Martin: "it offers kids the opportunity to learn, not just through doing, but through creating real things that actually work. That is the kind of learning that builds community, changes people, and transforms lives."

Given the opportunity to build anything, Adam would stick to what he knows best: wooden boats!

ADAM GREEN

 
David Jernigan is the Deputy Superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools and was previously the Executive Director of KIPP Metro Atlanta. David was intimately involved in the first STE(A)M Truck pilot at KIPP Ways, the school at which he was the founding principal. He is most excited about the way Community Guilds connects classroom learning with real-world problems. As for his dream invention, David would like to make a coffee maker that brews variable amounts on demand so that "I don’t have to choose between convenient small cups of coffee from a Keurig machine vs. inconvenient fresh pots of coffee."

David Jernigan is the Deputy Superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools and was previously the Executive Director of KIPP Metro Atlanta. David was intimately involved in the first STE(A)M Truck pilot at KIPP Ways, the school at which he was the founding principal. He is most excited about the way Community Guilds connects classroom learning with real-world problems.

As for his dream invention, David would like to make a coffee maker that brews variable amounts on demand so that "I don’t have to choose between convenient small cups of coffee from a Keurig machine vs. inconvenient fresh pots of coffee."

Diley Hernandez is the GoSTEM Program Director in the Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing (CEISMC) at Georgia Tech. Being a STEM professional, she loves the fact that Community Guilds enables youth “to engage in fun and meaningful STEM experiences.” Diley is already a maker in her spare time: she makes art. She’s a musician, songwriter, and painter!

Diley Hernandez is the GoSTEM Program Director in the Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing (CEISMC) at Georgia Tech. Being a STEM professional, she loves the fact that Community Guilds enables youth “to engage in fun and meaningful STEM experiences.”

Diley is already a maker in her spare time: she makes art. She’s a musician, songwriter, and painter!

Dr. DILEY HERNANDEZ

 

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