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Board 2015

The trustees of Baltimore Clayworks are key community and civic volunteers who are responsible for the ethical, legal and fiscal well-being of the institution. They provide institutional guidance from a policy standpoint, approve an annual budget, and with the executive director insure that the organization adheres to its mission. Clayworks has a very diverse board from the standpoint of individual talents, regional geography, and professional affiliations. Baltimore Clayworks asks its trustees to engage their personal and professional networks toward the advancement of the organization. Trustees are expected to make a financial contribution annually, and to participate in the life of Clayworks through attending board meetings and events, and through serving on a committee. Clayworks promises integrity, authentic programs, timely and candid communications with its trustees.

Kevin Apperson,
Past President

CIO, Maxim Healthcare Services

Warren Anderson


Mary Blair,
Vice President

Owner, Mary Blair Associates; Fundraising Professional

Bob Dillon,

Retired, KPMG Auditor

Kathryn Holt,

Retired Dean of the School of Arts, Music, Design, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, CO

Nancy Nasrallah

Retired Computer Programmer, Clayworks Student and Ceramic Artist

Ellen Schaefer

Retired Paralegal, The Coca-Cola Company

D. Ann Schneider

Potter, Retired Software Developer

James Turnbull

Owner, Standard Ceramic Supply Company, Pittsburgh, PA and Ceramic Supply Inc. of New York and New Jersey

Susan Vernon

Student Potter and Community Volunteer

100% of Baltimore Clayworks’ Board of Trustees contributes to the organization.