Carnegie Hall recently welcomed four new members to its staff. Sally Bray, Harmony Flora, Marguerite Kemp-Sherman, and Jill McClung accepted full-time positions at the nonprofit arts organization.
Sally Bray is Carnegie Hall’s new Development Director. She is a Greenbrier County native who has just returned to the Valley after spending several decades raising her two children and working in New England. She has 25 years working in marketing and philanthropy in the travel and tourism industry and in financial services. Sally received her BA from Hollins College and her MBA from Babson College. Her hobbies include cycling with the Greenbrier Valley Bike Club, teaching yoga, hiking, and tending to her garden, dog and cat. Her children reside in Florida and New York.
Harmony Flora moves from her previous position of Box Office Manager/Education Assistant/Archive Coordinator at Carnegie Hall to Education Director. She is a native of West Virginia, and along with her husband, Dennis, owns and operates a small farm in Greenbrier County. As a third-generation educator, she is proud to be involved in the educational programming at Carnegie Hall and is deeply invested in providing learning through the arts to her community. Harmony is a basket weaver, a lover of books, animals, and the great outdoors, and spends her free time surrounded by nature and her extended farm family.
Marguerite Kemp-Sherman was born and raised in Lewisburg and takes the position of Box Office Manager/Education Assistant/Archive Coordinator. She attended Brown University where she majored in American Studies with a focus on Race, Class, and Gender in the Production and Consumption of American Culture. During her time at Brown, she worked for a variety of educational programs, serving students of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. After graduating in 2019, she worked at the Providence Children’s Museum. This summer, she is working at Carnegie Hall as the Kids’ College Intern.
The new Finance Manager is Jill McClung from Williamsburg, WV. She has over 25-years’ experience in the nonprofit world, primarily in the healthcare field. She has been a Volunteer 4-H Leader also for over 25 years and have served on several nonprofit organizations boards, including the Williamsburg Community Action Group and the Williamsburg Historical Foundation.
Carnegie Hall WV is a nonprofit organization supported by individual contributions, grants, and fundraising efforts such as TOOT and The Carnegie Hall Gala.The Hall is located at 611 Church Street, Lewisburg, WV. For more information, contact Education Director Leah Trent at 304-645-7917.
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