Executive Director, Non-Voting Board Member
Andrea Rabold has been active using theatre as a catalyst to create awareness and identify solutions to social issues for over 8 years. She joined Mirror Image Arts in 2009 as an actress, continued to grow with the organization and accepted the role of Executive Director in 2014. Under her leadership, the mission and vision of the organization was elevated and led to the development of Mirror Image Arts’ latest programming. Andrea most recently came from Starbucks Corporation where she served 13.5 years in a variety of roles in retail sales, organization and program development, people management, operational leadership, project management and event planning. Andrea graduated with a B.F.A. in Theatre from Sam Houston State University. Andrea also works as an actress in commercial, film and theatre.
Program and Partnerships Director, Non-Voting Board Member
Meghann Henry is a theatre maker, teaching artist, and arts administrator. Prior to joining our staff team, she was the Director of Education for the Mizel Arts and Culture Center. Prior to moving to Denver, she lived in Kansas City where she worked as the Director of Education and Outreach at the nationally recognized Coterie Theatre and worked as a Youth Services Librarian for the Kansas City Public Library. Nationally she serves as the Associate Editor of the TYA Today, a trade magazine focusing on current trends in theatre with and for youth. She holds an MFA in Theatre for Young Audiences from the University of Central Florida where her research focused on devising theatre for 4-8 year olds.
Meghann is passionate about supporting the youth of our community and encouraging them to think critically and to act empathetically. She is honored to do this work through her involvement with Mirror Image Arts.
Maya Osterman is thrilled to have joined the Mirror Image Arts team! As an applied theatre practitioner for the past 7 years, Maya is honored to collaborate on such critical work. She loves exploring how the power of Theatre and Education can facilitate transformation on all levels. Upon receiving her BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Colorado, Maya began to work as the Managing Director for Affinity Arts Consulting based in Boulder, CO. She then created the ACTivism Theatre Ensemble, a company of high school and college students performing educational outreach/prevention scenes for The SAVA (Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy) Center. Her latest endeavor is working with the Colorado Division of Youth Corrections where she will be mounting the pilot program A.C.T (Activate. Create. Transform) Youth Ensemble in several facilities throughout the state.