MAAE Allies

The Missouri Alliance for Arts Education uses the word “Ally” - to describe relationships with others who share our common values in support of arts education.

Allies unite for mutual benefit.

Complete this form to become an ally today!

Our sincere thanks goes to the following individuals and organizations we are proud to list as our allies.
Any error or omission is unintentional. Please
contact us you believe your organization should be listed but is not, or if any corrections or changes to this list are desired.

Individuals

  1. Sheila Baer

  2. Karen Bain

  3. Elizabeth Barker

  4. Jessie Bayless

  5. Vicki Bean

  6. Melani Biggers

  7. Abby Birhanu

  8. Alice Bloch

  9. Andrea Branstetter

  10. Deidre Brown

  11. Harlan Brownlee

  12. Stephanie Brueggeman

  13. Brenda Butler

  14. Debbie Corbin

  15. Mike Cowan

  16. John Devos

  17. Michael Dove

  18. Bruce Dickerson

  19. Maria A. Ellis

  20. Leslie Forester

  21. Michael Gaines

  22. Lisa Geger

  23. Robert Gifford

  24. Tiim Gore

  25. Carmen Guynn

  26. Ron L. Hack

  27. Lauren Hanahan

  28. Kenny Hansen

  29. Brian Hartman

  30. Cathy Hartmann

  31. Daniel Hellman

  32. Carol B. Horst

  33. Kyna Iman

  34. Ron Jennings

  35. Nichoel Johnston

  36. Stephanie Jones

  37. Cindy Kahn

  38. Breana Kavanaugh

  39. Roger Kelley

  40. Chris Kindle

  41. Amy Krinke

  42. Ben Martin

  43. Shannon Martin

  44. Kevin McBeth

  45. Megan Meier

  46. James Melton

  47. Aaron Money

  48. Kenneth Moore

  49. Melodye Moore

  50. Rachel Lamear

  51. Jenni Leeper

  52. Sarah Luttrell

  53. Diane McCullough

  54. Sherry Norfolk

  55. William Palmer

  56. Rebecca (Rivy) Parker

  57. Brian Parks

  58. Sarah Ann Patz

  59. Anna Pauscher-Morwitz

  60. Christopher Peacock

  61. Maggie Peeno

  62. Gennie Pfannenstiel

  63. Kim Powell

  64. Ed Reggi

  65. Allison Ross

  66. Janet Rinehart

  67. Chris Sacco

  68. Poet T. L. Sanders

  69. Jeff Sandquist

  70. Kari Schepker-Mueller

  71. Brandt Shields

  72. Connie Shoemaker

  73. Wendy Sims

  74. Dr. Stephen Spates

  75. Britt Tate-Beauregard

  76. Charlei Taylor

  77. Tom Tobias

  78. Teri Turner

  79. Janelle Velten

  80. Aaron Wacker

  81. Rachael Wenzel

  82. Carla Wiese

  83. Steve Willis

  84. Meredith Wisniewski

  85. Rosie Ziegler

Individuals

  1. Wally Bloss

  2. Jo Byrnes

  3. Meredith Cole

  4. Megan Davis

  5. Kelly Downes

  6. Rick Duplissie

  7. Jennifer Fisher

  8. Stephanie Francis

  9. Sandra Gonsher

  10. Margaret Hassenstab

  11. Kira Hegeman

  12. Megan Hines

  13. Makayla Howard

  14. Michelle Howard

  15. Jessica Ingraham

  16. Andy Johnston

  17. Elizabeth McFarland

  18. Hester Menier

  19. Katie Nauman

  20. Jessica North

  21. Anjanette Nowell

  22. Symone Palmer

  23. Sophia Pesce

  24. Kimberly S. Powell

  25. Elizabeth Rose

  26. Blake Richter

  27. Sarah Ruddy

  28. Steve Sandbothe

  29. Rene Spencer

  30. Chris Sprague

  31. Laura Still

  32. Andrea Talley

  33. Maeliene Trotter

  34. Ryan Widel

  35. Taylor Wallsmith

  36. Jenna Worley

  37. Jessica Zilch

  38. Tricia Zinecker

  39. Gen Zoufal

You can become an ally!

Complete the form below.

Categories of Allied Engagement, Benefits and Process

listed an an ally on website or other publications.

involvement in MAAE programs, initiatives, committees, or task force teams.

hold a representative ex-officio (non-voting) seat on the MAAE Board of Directors.

hold a voting seat on the MAAE Board of Directors.

BENEFITS:

Receive news updates, and have MAAE support and promotion for the work of allies, facilitating communication with and among allies.

Allies may submit information for dissemination using MAAE media channels to communicationsdirector@moaae.org.

BENEFITS:

Ally level benefits plus deeper

Engagement with MAAE work.

BENEFITS:

Active Ally level benefits plus allowing an organization a seat at the table in discussing issues related to policy and programming.

Although not required, a memorandum of understanding specifying each party’s responsibilities and benefits may be drafted if desired.

BENEFITS:

Associate Ally level benefits plus an active role in the governance of the Alliance.

Process -

  1. complete the form to become an ally.

Process -

  1. complete the form to become an ally.

  2. Email director@moaae.org or the committee chair to voice interest.

  3. Candidates will be informed of the decision within 10 days of the request.



Process -

  1. complete the form to become an ally.

  2. Email to inform director@moaae.org of your interest.

  3. MAAE Executive Committee will consider your request at their next (monthly) meeting.

  4. Candidates will be informed of the decision within 60 days of the request.

Process -

  1. complete the form to become an ally.

  2. Email to inform director@moaae.org of your interest.

  3. MAAE Board of Directors will consider your request at their next meeting. (Jan. June, Aug.)

  4. Candidates will be informed of the decision within 180 days of the request.

  5. If approved, MAAE and the Principal Ally will formalize their relationship through a memorandum of understanding. (MOU) The document will include specifics of responsibilities of both parties and services or benefits for each party.