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Board President & Treasurer
Retired owner of Greensboro Garage, Inc., Greensboro, VT. Stephen serves on several non-profit boards for arts organizations and is a contemporary folk art collector. Stephen lives in Lyndonville, VT.
Bertold Francke is the retired Medical Director of the Waterbury State Hospital in Waterbury, VT, and is a Clinical Assistant Professor with the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. He lives in West Glover, VT where he has a part time private psychiatric practice in his home.
After many years with the National Education Association, and 16 years with the United States Foreign Service, Sally Potter has retired to East Hardwick, VT. She has been an involved supporter of GRACE since its beginning years ago, and is an avid collector of contemporary art.
John Loeb graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and received a Masters Degree from the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. He devoted his career to public health in Philadelphia. He and his wife Anna Belle, a painter, now live in New Orleans and spend their summers in Greensboro. John has served on the boards of numerous non-profit organizations. He and Anna Belle are avid art collectors and longtime supporters of GRACE.
Bethany is currently working as a buyer, manager, and merchandiser for Willey’s Store. She’s recently became a new home owner in Greensboro,VT and is working on home projects such as her studio. In her free time she creates one of a kind watches and jewelry known as Malamoose Beadery.
Caitlin Strong has been a Healing Artist for 30 years and continues to practice massage therapy, nutritional counseling, and wellness-advising at her East Hardwick studio. She is also an outsider mixed media visual artist/crafter, jewelry-maker, and community organizer. Caitlin also serves on the steering committee of the “Caledonia #9” Grange Hall in East Hardwick and also works at Heartbeet Lifesharing in Hardwick. She is a lifetime supporter of the Arts and is proud to be on the GRACE board and hopes to see it into a vibrant future with strong multi-generational community support.
Stephan is the owner, along with her husband Howard, of Deep Mountain Maple in West Glover, Vt. A cultural anthropologist whose main interests are food, art, and community, she has been an enthusiastic supporter of GRACE and its mission since its beginning. Stephan lives in West Glover.