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Margot ‘Sargo’ Gotzmann, PhD

President

President of the Board of Directors of the Arts & Hearts Association. Creator of the Teaching, Self’Healing and Inspiring Arts Concept - TSHI Arts. Historian of ideas, expert in human development, consultant and entrepreneur, artist and co-owner of ‘Fellowship of the Sip’ Restaurant and Tea House in Winchester.

 

Lynne Mackey, PhD

Vice President

Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Arts & Hearts Association. In addition to holding a Doctorate degree from the Eastman School of Music, she holds a Masters degree from The Juilliard School, and a Bachelors degree from the University of Michigan. Pianist, has performed in solo and chamber music settings in the United States, Europe and Africa, and also tours with the Virginia Commission for the Arts. Ms. Mackey has taught on the faculty of several colleges and universities including Eastern Mennonite University, the University of Mary Washington, the University of Virginia, and Bluefield College, where she also held the position of Associate Professor and Department Chair. She was most recently a visiting lecturer at James Madison University in the Graduate program, and currently teaches at Mary Baldwin University.

 

Jennifer (Jen) Roszelle

Treasurer

Treasurer, Board of Directors of the Arts & Hearts Association (AHA), Chairman of the Education Committee of AHA’s Qwarts School. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in business management with a minor in psychology. Began her career as an independent distributor with Young Living Essential Oils in 2012 and has grown a team of over 100 members. She offers training and workshops under the name “Living In Abundance” through the local county Parks & Recreation departments as well as private workshops and online classes. She is also the leader of the Strasburg, VA Laundry Love Outreach Ministry. 


 

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