Carol Ponder

Carol is dedicated practitioner of Arts for Healing. Through her work on My Father’s War, Carol aims to be a catalyst for healing for veterans of all ages with their families and communities and to raise awareness in all audiences of what we ask from those who serve.

Through performances of the highest quality, post-show discussions, creative workshops, and residencies; Carol honors and supports veterans and helps communities process the social and cultural effects of war with integrity, in an honest and responsible manner.

Leadership Committee

Joan Parr

Scotland, Creative Scotland & ITAC Chair

Mpho Mabule

South Africa, Manager at Department of Arts and Culture Johannesburg

Chrissie Ruckley

Scotland, Creative Learning Officer for Creative Scotland

James Miles

USA, Executive Director of Arts Corps

Yonglun Liu

Singapore, Senior Manager at National Arts Council

Ines Sanguinetti

Argentina, Fundación Crear Vela La Pena

Jean E. Taylor

USA, Teaching Artist for Lincoln Center Education

Marit Ulvund

Norway, Director of Seanse ArtCenter

Eric Booth

USA, Teaching Artist Advocate and Author

Judith McLean

Australia, Queensland Performing Arts Centre

Brad Haseman

Australia

Jahyun Kim

Korea, KACES

Hyejin Yang

Korea, KACES

Staff

Madeleine McGirk

UK, ITAC Managing Director

Catalysts

Jessica Howarth

Art Jewelry/Crafting, UK (Scotland)

Clara Bloomfield

Theatre, UK (Scotland)

Mary Schwarz

Artworks Alliance, UK

Jeannette Brossart

Mosaic Artist, USA

Peter Atsu Adaletey

Theatre/Dance/Poetry, Ghana

Lynne Pace Green

Theatre, USA

Amanda Acevedo

Theatre, USA

Carol Ponder

Art for Healing, USA

Sangeeta Isvaran

Dance/Storytelling, India (Chennai)

Victoria Ryle

Creative Learning, Australia (Tasmania)

Zdenka Brungot Svitekova

Dance/Theatre, Slovakia/Czech Republic

Jill Massie

Dialect/Theatre, USA

Christiana Afrikaner

Namibia
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