Clayton EvansDeputy Director
Clayton B. Evans has dedicated most of his 25 professional years towards working with youth and families in the out-of-school-time field and is the recipient of a PASEsetter Award for exceptional youth work in New York City. Evans has taught art to students of virtually every age, from kindergarteners to retired adults. In addition to teaching the visual arts, Evans has extensive experience in not-for-profit and arts management. He was the founding director of the LeRoy Neiman Art Center in Harlem, NYC and Executive Director of Leave Out Violence-U.S. Evans received his Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art (Education minor) from Lafayette College, and a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting from Maryland Institute, College of Art (MICA). Learn more about Clayton and his art and follow him on Instagram!
Dawn GoodmanCorporate and Community Engagement Director
Anne L'EcuyerExecutive Director
Contractors & Consultants
Michelle Faulkner-ForsonCommunity Arts Coordinator
Naomi GiddingsSocial Media Specialist
Naomi Giddings is a freelance illustrator from the Washington, DC area currently living in St. Louis, MO. She recently graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a major in Communication Design (aka illustration) and minors in Creative Writing and Art History & Archaeology.
Veronica SloanCommunications Specialist
Artist, photographer, and writer, Veronica is creatively inspired by the social and biological sciences and collaborating with others in ways that build and maintain the intersections of art and science in a sustainable and impactful way. While working as part of AOB, she further pursues photography and exhibits and sells her work nationally and internationally. She has a Bachelor of Art from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington and further education diplomas from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
Peter TabriArtwork Installation Master Craftsman
Peter Tabri is a well-renowned mosaic craftsman in the Washington DC are. With over 30 years experience in tile, marble, and mosaic installation, Peter has decided to carry on the family tradition of mosaic craftsmanship that has been part of the Tabri line for well over a century. He has been recognized for his exceptional work by both the DC Commission on the Arts and the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County.