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In 1947, I participated in my first role in a theater production. I entered stage right during the eighth grade graduation play at Lincoln Junior High School in Livingston, Montana. I only spoke three lines, but the audience laughed and applauded. A very pleasant feeling surged through me. I have no other memory of the play or who else was in it, I just knew I liked it and wanted to be in more plays. I managed to do just that each year until 1953 when I played Cecily in the Importance of Being Ernest at Modesto Community College.
A proud mother of four, I’ve worked as a kindergarten teacher, and worked many roles with vith various nonprofit disability organizations. I also spent nine nine years as an independent consultant facilitating meetings for small, medium and large organizations. Though life and employment took me many places, I always returned to my soul-home in Pt. Richmond.
In 1998, I was invited to join the Masquers Board of Directors where I learned how the contributions of a lively little theater enhanced the quality of life in our community. In 2017, I was asked to be the president of the Board. I have years of experience conducting meetings, talking to people, and a strong will. A church friend tells me I am the one who can get things done. I feel honored to be president of the Masquers Board of Directors. Along with Masquers members, we are a powerful team that is committed to bringing live theater to this part of the greater Bay Area.