Stagebridge Staff

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 Interim Executive Director: Tracy Gary

Tracy has been with Stagebridge since May of 2018. She has been the founder or Ex. Director of over 23 nonprofits. She is a founder of the Women’s Building, the Women’s Foundation of CA, Changemakers, Inspired Legacies and Unleashing Generosity. She has raised millions for social justice, women and girls, youth and the arts. She is the author of "Inspired Legacies: Creating A Giving Plan and Legacy a Legacy” (published by Wiley, 3rd edition, 2008) and serves as a consultant to donors and nonprofit organizations all over the US and Bay Area.She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College with a degree in Mythology and a minor in Theatre Arts.

 

Director, Performing Arts Institute & Seniors Reaching Out: Lily Nguyen

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As the Director of PAI and SRO at Stagebridge, Lily administers classes at our Performing Arts Institute (PAI), as well as performances and workshops through Seniors Reaching Out (SRO). Lily earned her BA in Dramatic Art, concentrating in  Stage Management at University of California, Davis.  She carries experience as a stage manager, theater technician, and arts administrator with theater companies around the Bay Area including Master of Fine Arts and Young Conservatory programs at the American Conservatory Theater, Aurora Theatre Company and the Cutting Ball Theater. Lily holds the highest regard for all of the organizational magic that happens behind the scenes, and she thrives in collaborative settings. She hopes to give back to her community for a long time to come by making performance art accessible  to all regardless of one's abilities, orientation, or culture.

 

Marketing Coordinator: Vicki Wong

Drawing on a varied background in film production and episodic television production and expanding to focus on theatre, Vicki is Stagebridge's Marketing Coordinator. Her experience in multiple roles including producing, screenplay editing, script supervising, and production management includes the award-winning indie feature film East Side Sushi and indie comedy Nowhere Girl. Her varied production experience also includes freelance video work, two animated Star Wars television series and an extensive career in visual FX on feature films such as Charlotte’s Web, The Matrix Revolutions, and Hellboy, as well as commercials for clients such as Chevy and Sirius Radio.

 

Schools Program Coordinator: Clara Kamunde

 

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