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Sheree Boegner - Executive Director

I am excited to join The Arts Council as it continues its mission to support the arts, culture and heritage of the Brazos Valley. I am looking forward to working with the cities, counties, donors, board, staff, volunteers, affiliates, artists, youth, and benefactors. The arts create a thriving environment that makes our community very attractive to new businesses and visitors. I find the most appealing aspects of this position are that it is in line with my passion and skills for philanthropy and is a natural fit. I have volunteered with many of the Art Council’s affiliates and supported the art community by attending their events. My love for the arts was nurtured by both of my grandmothers who believed that creativity is one of the keys to learn about yourself and develop a great future.” Sheree received her Bachelor's Degree in Horticulture from Texas A&M University and is currently pursuing her Executive Master of Public Service and Administration degree. 
Amy Salvaggio - Deputy Director

Amy Salvaggio - Deputy Director

Amy is a born-and-raised Texan and has lived in nine different cities across the state. She began her studies in ancient history and archaeology, which led to a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas and Master of Arts in Classics from Texas Tech. After many years of working with material culture, she developed a passion for arts, history, and museums, specifically in how art defines culture and museums communicate meaning. Her career goal is to advocate for the relationships between museums and art nonprofits and their communities. She received her Master of Arts in Museum Studies from Baylor and is thrilled to be working with The Arts Council. During her downtime, Amy enjoys reading, cookie decorating, trying new restaurants, teaching her dog new tricks, and traveling. 
Brian Blake - Marketing and Development Director

Brian Blake - Marketing and Development Director

Brian was born in Washington State, however after his parents experienced their first earthquake they quickly relocated back to the great State of Texas. Brian grew up in the Houston area near Clear Lake where he developed his love of all things space. He is an avid collector of science fiction toys, space artifacts along with the artwork of Apollo 12 Astronaut, Alan Bean. Brian fell in love with Bryan College Station after moving here in 1991. He is an avid photographer and loves what the arts bring to the Brazos Valley. He can often be found browsing the galleries in Downtown Bryan on First Fridays or attending other arts and cultural events in the area. 
Alix Neeley - Programs Manager

Alix Neeley - Programs Manager

Alix is a native Texan. After growing up in Sugar Land, Alix received her bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the University of North Texas. She taught middle school choir for 9 years while earning an MBA from the University of Houston, Victoria. Alix and her family moved to College Station in 2015 to be closer to family. In her free time she enjoys singing and playing with her two young daughters, Katie and Julianne.

 
Isabel Gonzalez - Marketing & Communications Intern

Isabel Gonzalez - Marketing & Communications Intern

Isabel was born and raised in Clyde, Texas and has lived there her entire life. After being accepted into Texas A&M on a full-ride, she moved to College Station where she graduated this past May with a major in Anthropology and a minor in Museum Studies. Her fascination with different cultures around the world (past and present) implemented her decision to pursue a degree in anthropology with a focus in cultural anthropology. In her spare time, Isabel can most likely be found watching movies, another great passion of hers. A bona fide cinephile, she considers the Lord of the Rings trilogy to be the greatest piece of cinematic art in human history. Isabel has always recognized the effect that a work of art can have on different people and is very excited to start her internship in making the arts more accessible to the Brazos Valley area.
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