BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Joannie Satterfield became an Arts for All Loudoun enthusiast after watching its magic come to life in Winnie the Pooh, when her son was in his first musical production. Joannie says, “Imagine a world where each individual gets to use his or her own unique strength, something specific only to him or her, to enrich not only self but the lives of others. That is what AFA is all about.”
Lynn Jarman became involved when her nephew Allen appeared in Winnie the Pooh. She was so touched with the performance that she continued to follow all of the programs. Lynn started volunteering by working on the playbills a few years ago, then joined the board in 2016 and was elected to Vice President in 2017. A teacher with over twenty years experience - 15 in Loudoun - Lynn is currently a 3rd grade teacher with Loudoun County Public Schools. In recent years, she's also worked in an inclusive classroom setting and enjoys helping all children be successful.
Trevor Anderson After volunteering tirelessly for a couple of years, Trevor thought it was time to make it official and become AFA’s treasurer. Trevor has shown much dedication to this organization after his wife, Rebecca, and her uncle, William Muncaster, introduced him to AFA. Trevor works as a software engineer, but gives lots of his spare time to Arts for All Loudoun, in addition to being a father of two young boys.
Rebecca Anderson is a Loudoun County native and grew up coming to watch the plays to see her uncle, William Muncaster, perform in Arts for All productions. Growing up just a corn field away from William helped foster Rebecca's passion for working with individuals with disabilities.
Rebecca has found many volunteer and paid positions to fulfill this passion starting in high school. She has a Masters in Special Education from Shenandoah University and was a LCPS Special Education teacher before quitting to fulfill a new dream...being a stay at home mom! And while she loves her new job, something was missing, leading her to become an Arts for All Loudoun board member!
Danielle Amos is deeply connected to the special needs and theater communities. She’s worked with students with varying abilities for years, providing in-home therapy for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD) and then moving to the private and public school systems to teach students with ASD, Emotional Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Other Health Impairments, and Twice Exceptionality.
She was able to marry her love of music with her college studies as a GWU Presidential Arts Scholar for Voice and has performed with opera companies, choral ensembles, theater groups, and a capella groups throughout the DC Metro region since 1994. She was fortunate enough to participate in a vocal masterclass with Luciano Pavarrotti and has performed for politicians and celebrities, including Vice President Al Gore, Martina Navratalova, and Larry King. Danielle is currently an educational specialist in one of the nation’s largest school districts and resides with her husband and children in Loudoun County. She’s beyond thrilled her talented daughter and son are carrying on her love for music. She’s a graduate of The George Washington University (GWU) with a BA in Psychology (1998) and an MA in Psychoeducation-Special Education (2001)
VISUAL ARTS CTTE /
DaVINCI ART DIRECTOR
Huyen came to Arts for All - Loudoun (formerly VSA Loudoun) in 2017 with a wonderful energy and enthusiasm for our DaVinci Arts program. An art therapist with over ten years of professional experience and recent recipient of Loudoun County's Jim "Doc" Wiley Leadership in the Arts Award, Huyen nutures our artists to see what emerges from their creative process, and, as a result, has expanded the students' horizons tremendously.
Huyen is, herself, a wonderful artist and writer. For just one example of the creative inspiration she's providing visit the DaVinci Page and look into her Coloring Book!
Amy’s daughter, Nicole, has been in AFA Productions for 7 years. Amy has extensive experience in office administration and project management and has an M.B.A in international business. She has been volunteering with AFA for the past years that her daughter has been involved and she is almost as excited as her daughter to be part of Arts for All.
Maureen Blake, a mother of six children, first heard of AFA when bringing her oldest drama queens to their very first audition: a production of Sleeping Beauty.
Maureen spent ten years working at Autism Services in Western NY as a direct care provider and teaching assistant, and was the manager of a residential group home with PEOPLE Inc.for five years. She has worked as contract manager for a number of companies, including most recently Contract Director at New River Systems. Maureen currently runs Blake Consulting LLC, which provides contract management services to both small businesses and large corporate clients.
Jackie Kosbob is a longtime resident of Round Hill. She taught preschool at the Loudoun Valley Community Center for forty years, where she became involved with AFA. She, her children, and now her grandchildren have all enjoyed wonderful experiences through this involvement. As a member of the Board, she hopes to help others continue to have such opportunities.
Suzanne Robinson is an experienced professional with a background in nonprofit higher education, marketing operations, grants, partnerships, online learning, and teaching writing. On the Board of Directors for Arts for All, Loudoun, she holds responsibilities for writing and managing grants and brand recognition. Suzanne has a Master's degree in English/Writing from Georgetown University and has completed a graduate coursework in online learning. She has a diverse employment history, including roles as an Adjunct Professor, Vice President, Director of Program Development and Strategy, and more. Suzanne has also operated her own consulting business and worked with companies such as CDU, Blackboard Inc. and Lord Fairfax Community College, and Deloitte. Suzanne loves to sing and is a parish cantor; she has performed with a variety of choral groups. She is the mother of four grown children, all of whom graduated from local high schools. Suzanne has been a resident of Loudoun County for over 18 years. Suzanne was a thespian “back in the day” and believes that the arts and creative expression should be accessible to all children and adults.