TMI Project Welcomes Three New Board Members - TMI Project

TMI Project is thrilled to welcome three new board members to its Board of Directors. Welcome to the team, Ryan Amador, Meg Olivera, and Rennie Scott-Childress! We are especially excited to announce that Ryan will be stepping into the role of Board President in place of departing member Amy Day. Additionally, Meg has joined as our new Fundraising Committee Chair and Rennie joins as a Board Director.

We’d like to extend a heartfelt thank you to departing board members Amy Day and Vincenza Dante for their many years of service to TMI Project. 

Learn more about Ryan, Meg, and Rennie below!

 

Ryan Amador is a singer/songwriter, theater-maker, and performer. Ryan is currently in development with James Lecesne on “Q2” a musical based on the research of their initiative & upcoming podcast, The Future Perfect Project. As a singer/songwriter, Ryan has released 3 albums & 5 EPs. He is best known for his song “Instead”, which has garnered over 6 million listens on Spotify, and his music video for “Define Me”, which led to live performances at Pride Events in New York City, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Brisbane, Australia.  Following the release of his video, “Spectrum”, Ryan was asked to perform at TEDx in Santa Cruz, CA and speak on the topic of diversified sexuality. Learn more about Ryan at www.ryanamador.com.

 

Meg Olivera has been living in the Hudson Valley for over five years and recently moved to High Falls, NY. As the General Manager of Stone House Tavern in Accord and former Construction Manager at Friedlander Construction in New Paltz, Meg’s love and appreciation for Ulster County combined with her passion for community engagement and event planning brought her to apply for the board at TMI Project. She is an avid cook, traveler, and spends her free time with her beautiful dog Bailey.

 

Rennie Scott-Childress
Rennie serves as the Alderman for Ward 3 in the City of Kingston.  He is the current Majority Leader of the Common Council and has long been involved in civic activities from coaching youth soccer to rail-trail cleanups to teaching disadvantaged students.  He served on the Kingston Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee from its inception and is a professor of history at SUNY New Paltz.

 

 


If you’re interested in joining our board, contact Eva Tenuto
at eva@tmiproject.org and put “Board of Directors” in the subject heading.

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