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Email: templetonPACFoundation@gmail.com

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    Templeton PAC Foundation          Board Members  2019/20    

Officers

Vicki van den Eikhof, President

Nancy Hill Cunha, Vice President

Caren Callaway, Secretary

Laura Clark, Treasurer

Board Members

Maria Carroll

Jim Fotinakes

June Greenawalt

TUSD Employee Members

Aaron Asplund

Josh Aston 
Catherine Kingsbury

Vicki van den Eikhof - President

I passionately believe that every person on this earth is born to be creative. It is imperative for our survival as well as our personal happiness, that we discover our creative outlets and learn to use them to make the world a better place. Arts education is a great way to do this. Every child deserves an arts education-performing arts, visual arts, dance/movement, music, creative writing, and everything in between. In the process of supporting my children's arts education, I discovered the TPAC. I realized that we have this beautiful facility in North County that is not living up to its potential and decided to do something about it. I'm very grateful to our board members who are so supportive of this amazing facility and have incredible vision for what it can be for our community.

Nancy Hill Cunha - Vice President

Nancy is a botanist and has done botanical work for such organizations as the US Forest Service, The Nature Conservancy, and various consulting firms in Washington and California. She was secretary of Templeton Education Foundation from  2014 - 2018 and is currently a board director.  She is also an Ambassador for the Templeton Community Library Association and is on the board of HANDS in Nepal, a small NGO that supports education, children, and women in Nepal.   In her spare time, Nancy enjoys quilting, being in nature, and spending time with her 2 dogs and cat (Most of whom are named after plants). She is a member of the Almond Country Quilt Guild and the California Native Plant Society.  She believes that the TPAC is a treasure for our Templeton community and loves being part of a group that will help maintain and improve this amazing facility.

Caren Callaway - Secretary

Caren is a teacher at Family Partnership Charter School, teaching middle school science and social studies classes, as well as supervising high school students as they work their way towards graduation. She obtained a Masters in Educational Leadership and Administration in 2015.  She loves her horse, Sweetness (retired 30 year old horse living a great life in a pasture in Santa Margarita), dog Ono (an adopted Great Pyrenees), her cat Deuce, and Rango the Bearded Dragon. She really enjoys collaborating with others and planning things. The TPAC holds many good memories for her as her daughter went through Templeton schools and was very active in choir and drama. She wants to see the TPAC be financially successful and become the "go to" place in our community for performances.

Laura Clark - Treasurer

As a retired school secretary, Laura’s "superpower" is the ability to balance a high school budget (which we are very grateful for!). She loves gardening and traveling. Laura volunteered to be a part of the Templeton Performing Arts Center Foundation to bring sparkle and enrichment to people's lives!

Aaron Asplund

Aaron is currently the Chief Business Official Templeton Unified School District.  His family is his greatest joy, and they recently added Rincon, a Pomsky puppy, to the mix. He cooks a mean grilled cheese sandwich, and enjoys travel, surfing, volleyball, and music. He is excited to see the performing arts thrive in Templeton!

Maria Caroll

Jim Fotinakes

Jim is excited to share his knowledge and experience in the planning, development, and implementation of the goals set forth in the Bylaws of the Templeton Performing Arts Center Foundation.  He has spent many years as a teacher and administrator in California schools, including 17 years as principal of Templeton High School. His educational experience will benefit the development of the foundation in many ways. He has extensive knowledge in what makes an organization effective and successful in reaching its goals. His background and knowledge of what is needed in the start-up of this new non-profit will be beneficial to all.  Jim believes that the Fine & Performing Arts are a big piece of what students need to know and become exposed to in their public educational careers in order to be successful. Now semi-retired, Jim still likes mentoring new teachers and administrators, and in his spare time enjoys fishing, gardening, and travelling to Hawaii.

June Greenawalt

June is a long time dance and performing arts specialist in the North County.  She grew up in Indiana in the Young Ballet Theatre program and graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Dance where she studied with Marina Svetlova and Ivan Pagels.  Moving out west Ms. Greenawalt taught in various schools and colleges until she came to North County.  She taught at Allan Hancock College for 16 years and continues to work with them as Industry Professional and does consulting work.  She has owned schools in the area for forty years including her current studio Artistry in Motion.  Ms. Greenawalt also judges for three National Dance competitions and travels across the country to adjudicate young dancers in their chosen fields of dance.  She was also part of the THS family for ten years coaching the Eagle dance team from 2004-2014.  She is very happy yo be back helping at Templeton in this very worthwhile endeavor!

Catherine Kingsbury

As the TPAC Manager, Templeton High School Theatre Arts Instructor/Director, North County Theatre Works co-founder, and an AHSTF Distinguished Teacher, Catherine has to be organized and dedicated. She loves telling stories onstage and figuring out how to make the magic happen! She believes that the arts are the heartbeat of a community. For those rare moments when she’s not working, she enjoys spending her time with family, reading, and watching movies, theatre, and sports. With this professional quality performance facility right in our backyard, she wants to establish thoughtful caretaking and maintenance of the structure, as well as grow the live performance opportunities for everyone to participate in and enjoy, along with fostering educational and employment opportunities with the TPAC. Catherine has been teaching, directing, performing, and managing theatre for decades, both stateside and abroad.