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ARTreach Leadership Team

ANNE CAMPBELL

Executive Director

Prior to serving as ARTreach Executive Director, Anne Campbell served on the ARTreach Board of Directors as Secretary and Chair of the Strategic Planning Committee. She has BA in Art from the University of Texas at Austin and over 20 years of experience as a graphic designer and art director in both print and television media. "I believe strongly in the power of the arts to create positive change in everyone," Campbell says, "Creating new opportunities for our talented artists will be a major goal as I work to expand our reach so that more can benefit from the amazing programs ARTreach connects." 
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WES HOLLOWAY

Teaching Artist and Volunteer Manager

Wes Holloway has been fascinated by art ever since he was a child. He was born and raised in Katy, and attended college at The University of Texas at Austin. It was during this time that Wes developed his skill as a painter and teacher. He was involved in student teaching in both public schools and after school art programs. Wes received his Bachelor in Arts and Bachelor in Fine Arts in Studio Art- concentrating on painting and drawing. After graduation, he continued life as a practicing artist and teacher, and became the Visual Arts Director at Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center. While at KVPAC, Wes truly came to grasp the value of art for all ages and abilities, and is thrilled to be part of the ARTreach team to share exciting art programs to even more people. He has had his artwork displayed in Houston, Austin, Dallas and Washington DC.
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KRISTIN MILLER
Teaching Artist and Volunteer Manager

Kristin Miller has been an actor and model since the age of 14. She is orginally from Utah, but has lived and worked in Katy for many years. Kristin was co-founder and Executive Director of the Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center, and creator of Imagine That Theatre Instruction Programs. She is currently the Artistic Director of Books Alive! Theatre Company, which she also created. Kristin has personally taught performing arts to thousands of children and adults over her impressive 30 year career.
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Executive Board of Directors

ERNEST LEWIS III

Board President

Ernest Lewis III has over 15 years of experience in management, fundraising, community development and arts administration. Lewis is dedicated to promoting arts and culture and has many years of service to the community in a number of areas including disaster relief and youth services. Ernest is the Executive Director of Queensbury Theatre in Houston.
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NICOLE MORAW

Board Secretary

Nicole Moraw has over 12 years experience with recruiting, human resources and fundraising in the greater Houston area. She has had particular success in many staffing firms with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Nicole has been an active volunteer with the Katy Independent School district since 2012 and has served as a volunteer with ARTreach since 2014. She is passionate about arts education and is eager to expand ARTreach's programs in order to bring those quality arts programs to the community.
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Are you passionate about working with arts and the community?  Then ARTreach is for you.  The mission of ARTreach is to support the connection and delivery of quality arts programs led by professional artists with support from assistants and volunteers.  Those we serve include children and families at risk, special needs groups and senior citizens. ARTreach connects community partners with artists to create the most positive impact on these vulnerable populations as well as the community at large.  We are looking for committed individuals with a passion for service to join our Board.

We use the arts to change lives.  Join us today! Click here to complete the volunteer registration form and specify interest in serving on the ARTreach board.  





ARTreach is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides mentoring and art-related programs to a growing population of children at risk, children and adults with special needs, the elderly and others in need.