Sarah works at Urban Servant Corps, a nonprofit in Denver that hosts full-time volunteers for a year as they practice service, live in intentional community, experience a more simple and sustainable lifestyle, and explore spirituality. With a background in nonprofit programming and volunteer management, Sarah is delighted to bring her knowledge and energy to Mirror Image Arts. Originally from Minnesota, Sarah was a part of a non-profit in high school called Homeward Bound Theater Company which focused on youth empowerment through the art of theater. That program changed her life and Sarah is honored to come full circle as she now serves on the board of a different nonprofit with a similar mission – Mirror Image Arts.
Bailey is a Custom Success Manager at GoSpotCheck, a startup tech company in downtown Denver. Bailey is familiar with working in a fast growing company and is excited to use this experience to help Mirror Image Arts continue to flourish through its growth phase. Bailey loves to be in the outdoors where she enjoys hiking, camping, rock climbing, fishing, and in general breathing in the fresh air. Bailey is passionate about theatre and the arts and is excited to work with an organization that empowers youth to explore their emotions and address difficult situations through theatre.
Brandon Hall is an investment professional at KRG Capital Partners and, its successor firm, Mountaingate Capital focused on advancing lower middle market companies into industry leaders. Prior to moving to Denver, he worked as an investment banking analyst with Lazard focused on middle market mergers and acquisitions in the food and agriculture industries. He graduated with a B.B.A from the University of Notre Dame. In his free time, Brandon enjoys traveling abroad, exploring Colorado, reading, and watching his favorite sports teams.
Brandon is excited to be a part of Mirror Image Arts as it continues its rapid growth and reaches more of our community’s youth.
Adam recently relocated to Denver from Chicago for the mountains and a budding technology scene. With a background in engineering and project management, he looks forward to bringing a unique approach to the ever growing Mirror Image Arts by focusing the board’s efforts in a functional and meaningful way.
In his free time, Adam loves exploring outside and helps direct Breathe, a rapidly growing health and wellness festival. Adam is particularly excited by the opportunity for growth and extended positive impact he believes Mirror Image Arts is capable of in our near future.
Joe has a BA in Business Administration, with a minor in Psychology, from Pfeiffer College in North Carolina. He currently works for Gates Corporation as Manager of Sales Operations. Joe has trained in Improvisation at local Denver theaters, and is currently performing at various venues. He has seen the power of theater and art to transform communities in his hometown of Gulfport, FL, which evolved from a sleepy fishing village to a thriving arts community. In Mirror Image Arts, Joe sees an organization focused on high level transformation, that addresses not just only community, but the heart and mind of the individual. The participatory nature of the theater experience in their programs appeals to his improviser heart. And its work with youth very much appeals to his Dad heart. He is excited to help Mirror Image Arts as it enters its next phase, growth.
With over a decade of experience in the business analysis field, Sabrina has successfully led many initiatives including the integration of platforms and applications; cross functional applications; and process improvements. With experience in the telecom, retail, non-profits and financial industries, Sabrina is able to apply the skills of requirement definition, as the project dictates, regardless of industry. It is this depth and breadth of expertise that has secured Sabrina’s place as a valued asset to the various corporations, including, most recently, her tenure at Staples, a Fortune 500 company.
Sabrina is excited about being a part of Mirror Image Arts because it leverages creativity to help with critical thinking.