Board Joe Amstater (from 2020 )is a freelance television producer who has worked on Girls (2012), Instinct (2018) and City on a Hill (2019). ZEYNEP AKÇA is a Brooklyn-based director, producer, and educator. She is originally from Istanbul, Turkey. She is the artistic director of No Exit Theatre Collective. Christopher R. Bineham (Chairperson, from 2020) is a development and communications professional who works primarily with nonprofit organizations. Clients include The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Saint Paul Conservatory of Music, and Playwrights’ Center. He has held professional positions in the development department of The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and in program management for HOURCAR, the carsharing program based in Saint Paul, Minn. His volunteer service has focused on arts organizations including Playwrights’ Center, The Brick Theater (Brooklyn, NY), Minnesota Fringe Festival, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council (Saint Paul, Minn.), and The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. He was educated at St. John’s College (Santa Fe, New Mexico). Theresa Buchheister (Artistic Director) (They/Them) (President, from 2020) is a Kansan New Yorker and founder and co-director of Title:Point, founder and Artistic Director of The Exponential Festival, and co-founder of Vital Joint. Theresa directs, produces, performs, curates, facilitates and writes for theatre and theatre-adjacent performance realms. Michael Gardner founded The Brick Theater in 2002. He is a playwright, director and served as Artistic Director from 2002-2020. Robert Honeywell (Secretary, from 2002) Robert is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) and INSOL International. He is also active in efforts to expand broadband to underserved communities in upstate New York, and serves as a board member of The Brick Theater, an experimental performance space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Robert co-founded The Brick with Michael Gardner in 2002. Adi Habbu (Chairperson, from 2015)Chief Legal & Financial Strategy OfficerChief Legal & Financial Strategy Officer – Evolve Mortgage Services, LLCCo-FounderStealth Startup Lauren Miller (from 2021) is a theatre director, producer, and development professional. She has worked with the Irish Repertory Theatre and TACT/The Actors Company Theatre and has a passion for contemporary performance-based work. From 2011-2015, Lauren worked to develop 20 original plays as producer of the newTACTics New Play Festival, and she continues to collaborate with theatremakers including The Amoralists and Amios. Tina Satter (from 2022) is a writer and director. Her critically acclaimed play Is This A Room, which she conceived and directed, ran on Broadway in fall 2021 at the Lyceum Theatre, after a fall 2019 Off-Broadway premiere at the Vineyard Theatre. She’s Artistic Director of Half Straddle, an Obie-winning ensemble of performers and designers whose work has been presented across the United States and internationally. Tina attended Mac Wellman’s graduate playwriting program at Brooklyn College. Sean Singleton is Partner and Vice President of Business Development at America’s Frontier Fund, where he leads the team’s capital acquisition and fundraising activities.Sean is the founder of Oglethorpe Capital LLC, a firm working to develop disruptive technologies in Aerospace & Defense (A&D), Technology, Media & Telecom (TMT), and Next Generation Energy (NGE). Sean gained his corporate finance and capital markets experience at J.P. Morgan Chase and NewCap Partners. Sean is a former system integrator sales executive, Air Force Officer, and Highly Qualified Expert (HQE) at the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU). In that role, Sean was the principal interface to the private equity and venture capital communities across the country.Sean currently serves on the Board of Directors for Washington Federal Bank (NASDAQ: WAFD), Almost Home Kids, and The Brick Theater in Brooklyn, New York. Patricia Ybarra (from 2022) is the author of Performing Conquest: Five Centuries of Theater, History and Identity in Tlaxcala, Mexico (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 2009), Latinx Theatre in the Times of Neoliberalism (Northwestern University Press, 2018), and co-editor with Lara Nielsen of Theater and Neoliberalism: Performance Permutations (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012; paperback 2014). She is the former President of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. She is also a director, dramaturg and the former administrator of Richard Foreman’s Ontological-Hysteric Theatre.