Thousand Islands Executing Arts Fund board has three new associates | Local community Offering
CLAYTON — The Thousand Islands Carrying out Arts Fund, Inc., which operates the Clayton Opera Dwelling, has introduced the election of 3 new customers to its governing board of administrators: Sharon L. Dilworth, Judith C. Mower and Bryan R. Olson.
■ Ms. Dilworth, who is acknowledged as Sherri, is a lifetime-prolonged musician and graduate of the Crane College of Music at SUNY Potsdam. Starting as a K-3 audio instructor in Fairport, Monroe County, she continued in other educational institutions in Pennsylvania and taught piano lessons from her property. She retired pursuing a 23-year occupation teaching audio in elementary universities in the Philadelphia City School District.
Ms. Dilworth and her spouse, Don, relocated to Clayton in 2010 and have volunteered for many regional companies, such as the Clayton Opera Dwelling. She has also volunteered participating in piano for the inhabitants of the Summit Residence in Watertown.
■ As an organizational advancement guide, Judy Mower assisted several dozens of Central New York firms, nonprofits, professional associations, faculties and civic organizations build management, make improvements to high quality, or program for the upcoming. She holds 4 levels from Syracuse University, a person undergraduate, two graduate and a Ph.D. in social psychology. She serves as a trustee of Syracuse University and chairwoman of the SU Libraries Advisory Board. She has been an adjunct instructor at the university in each the Maxwell Faculty and the School of Administration.
Ms. Mower has served on additional than 20 other nonprofit boards around the years. She and her partner, Eric, live in Clayton during the summer season and Sarasota, Fla., in winters.
■ Bryan Olson graduated from Niagara College as a Bachelor of Enterprise Administration. He started his qualified career as a personnel accountant with Bowers and Corporation CPAs in its Watertown business office, later getting promoted to senior accountant and then audit supervisor. He joined the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority in 2019 as supervisor of administration and finance, exactly where he oversees the bi-countrywide fiscal affairs of the Authority, as effectively as its entire world renowned Boldt Castle tourism home.
Mr. Olson and his wife, Ashlynn, and their youthful daughter stay in Redwood.
In a information release, TIPAF board president Timothy J. LaLonde explained, “We are pleased and grateful to have 3 diverse and talented individuals sign up for our board. Just about every provides a distinctive viewpoint and activities to our team, and they will improve our board as we carry on to increase the breadth and depth of our performances and yr-spherical pursuits at the Clayton Opera Home.”
TIPAF is a nonprofit company organized in 2003 to help in funding the renovation of the Clayton Opera Household and handle the facility underneath a partnership arrangement with the City of Clayton, which owns the historic setting up on Riverside Drive.