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Carol Fairbank
Interim Executive Director

Carol joined WonderArts in September 2017 as Business Manager before taking on the role of Interim Executive Director in August 2019. She spent the last two decades working in business operations and management, with a focus on corporate culture, innovation, and employee experience. She began her education and early career in digital and print design, and brings a lifelong love of art, and creative thinking to her role. Carol has dedicated much time to serving non-profits either as a board member or volunteering in the field. She has a passion for projects that empower communities, and her work has made an impact in the areas of community connectedness, inclusion and diversity, economic growth, and ecological sustainability. She lives with her family on a small farm in Greensboro, and enjoys practicing and teaching the homesteading arts.

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Sherri Molleur
Finance Manager

Sherri joined the WonderArts team in June 2019. She brings a lifetime of financial, HR, and administrative experience in higher education and municipal government, most recently as CFO of Goddard College. Currently residing in Greensboro, Sherri enjoys spending time with her husband, kids, and granddaughter.

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Skye Livingston
Program + Engagement Manager

Skye started as the Program Coordinator in September 2017. Bringing a background in arts administration, teaching, and various creative endeavors to the WonderArts team, she is passionate about providing programs that are equitable for all. An advocate for lifelong learning, Skye strives to make the arts fun and accessible. In her free time she can be found in her studio, hiking with her partner and dog, or making a mess in the kitchen.

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Kim Wojnar
School Program Coordinator

Kim joined WonderArts in August 2019 as the School Program Coordinator. Since childhood, Kim has been enchanted with the natural world. After earning a degree in wildlife management, she enjoyed working as a wildlife biologist’s assistant, camp counselor, farmhand, and an environmental educator. Kim believes that volunteerism is an essential part of strong community. As a result, she can be found shelving books at the library, cleaning kennels at the animal shelter or stocking groceries at the general store. She spends her leisure time conquering great adventures with her son or in the company of a good book.

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Jake Lester
Spark Coordinator

Jake joined the WonderArts team in August 2018 as an Americorps VISTA for a year of service with the Spark project. He is excited to help the Spark community grow around the sharing of ideas, resources, and knowledge. Jake graduated from Colby College in 2018 and loves to explore the Northeast Kingdom via foot, bike, and skis and pursue his passion for photography and the outdoors.

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Brittany Worsham
Americorps VISTA

Brittany joined WonderArts in August 2019 as the new Americorps VISTA. Born and raised on the westside of Detroit, she is excited to get to know the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Brittany also volunteers as an animator and designer for Haiti-Now and as a translator for Translators Without Borders. In her free time, she enjoys painting, writing, and making music.

Board of Directors

Naomi Ranz-Schleifer, President

Havilah Stewart-Mann, Treasurer

Monique Beaudry, Secretary

Richard Bennum

Alain McMurtrie

Chip Troiano

Advisory Board

Eloise Girard

Riva Reynolds

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