Washington Improv Theater adds five new board members
Washington Improv Theater is thrilled to announce the addition of five new members to its board of directors. Each brings a diverse and impressive skill set to contribute to the advancement of the WIT mission.
The new board members are:
- Deborah Cotter – Deborah Cotter is a program specialist at the Administration for Community Living, where she manages grants to states and nonprofit entities for Independent Living Programs. A long-time disability advocate, Deb enjoys using humor and improv to teach “normies” about negotiating life with disability.
- Terrell Fuller – Terrell Fuller is a Senior Project Manager at Wunderman. Terrell is a seasoned professional in digital marketing and has worked with a variety of international non-profits, government agencies, and Fortune 500 companies. Terrell completed the WIT curriculum in 2016 and is a member of the independent team Company Blood Drive.
- Graziella Jackson – As partner and chief executive officer of Echo&Co, Graziella Jackson leads the organization’s business, cultural, creative, and technological growth and development of Echo&Co. Graziella helps social sector organizations meaningfully engage constituents by implementing advanced digital practices and tools.
- Jaci Pulice – As a Senior Corporate Recruiter for one of the nation’s leading staffing consulting firms, Jaci Pulice uses her expertise in relationship management, sales, recruiting, and professional networking. A diversely experienced improviser, Jaci has taught and directed at WIT. You can find her now performing in the iMusical and Commonwealth ensembles.
- Krystal Ramseur – Krystal Ramseur is the Director of Finance & Operations at Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School, where she develops and implements organizational strategies and analyzes the current technology infrastructure while looking toward the future of information technology. Krystal is a graduate of the WIT training program, a Harold team member, and a member of The October Issue.
June 5, 2017