Meet the Georgetown Artworks Board & Staff & Advisors
Stuart is an artist and has always had strong affiliations with local arts organizations. His willingness to “think outside the box” and recent tenure as the Art Works board’s Vice President has provided the foundation for community engagement and consensus building.
Alexha is a member of the Artists at 816, whose studios are on the second floor of the Art Center. An active volunteer early on, she supports the board and the organization in multiple ways: from key record keeping to leading and participating in critical committees.
Cam brings a wealth of experience in non-profit management, in particular, financial management. He is also an active member of the San Gabriel Chorale, a local non-profit group whose volunteers love to sing.
Melissa WaggonerAt Large
A member of Art Works, docent, and committee participant since 2014, Melissa has recently joined the board as a technologist managing the critical software applications for the organization, including the website.
Larry JollyAt Large
Larry is a professional studio artist living and working in Round Rock. After 30 years as owner/designer at Jolly Design Inc. his current work is best described as Contemporary Narrative Realism, telling stories that seek to connect human nature with divine nature.
Kenn WhiteAt Large
Kenn is a business strategist, former career Army National Guard member, and founder of a non-profit for military members and their families. Art therapy plays a key role in his non-profit and we benefit from his expertise in team building.
Rachael JonroweBoard Advisor
City Council member for District 6, Rachael has been a long term advisor to the board. Her enthusiasm for a broad range of arts programs, knowledge of city management, and encouragement of diversity has been invaluable.
Gary AndersonArt Center Coordinator
Gary manages many of the day-to-day activities for the Art Center, including orienting & training volunteers, managing exhibits, and scheduling events. As a dedicated artist, he cultivates and advocates for programs that support the arts community.
Amy Whitmeyerat large
Amy is a small business owner in Georgetown. As a 5th generation Austinite, she has cultivated relationships with local businesses and local artists for over 20 years. Her priorities are the beautification of our community through art and thoughtful planning.
Kelley has worked in the non-profit industry for the past 20 years. She and her husband have recently moved to Old Town Georgetown. She looks forward to supporting the Art Works board and the Art Center with strategic planning and community engagement.