The Board of Trustees members
|Andrea Lisiak||President||June 2022|
|Rob Hockenberry||Vice-President||June 2021|
|Andy Hickly||Secretary||June 2021|
|Lynette Garlan||Treasurer||June 2022|
|Mia Bonnewell||Member at Large||June 2021|
|Casey Thompson||Member at Large||June 2022|
|Meghan Hilker||Member at Large||June 2022|
|Sean Lenhart||Member at Large||June 2022|
|Laura Leonard||Member at Large||June 2021|
|Alex Policicchio||Member at Large||June 2022|
|Ellen Rosen||Member at Large||June 2021|
|Non-Voting Advisory Board Members|
|Leslie Clark||Advisory Board|
|Caryn Alexis Crozier||Advisory Board|
|Matt Lisiak||Advisory Board|
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Committee and Production Staff positions
The following are Committees and Staff positions that are nominated or appointed by the President, and approved (by vote) of the full voting board (BOT). These positions are Non-Voting offices. They are frequently held by BOT Members, but may be held by any member in good standing. Duties may be reassigned by BOT depending on current makeup. Click on the Position Title to email the person or committee member responsible for that position.
|Position Title||Name||Position explanation|
|Business Manager||Ellen Rosen||Coordinates: Contracts and with Arrangements with cast/crew/orchestra as needed; with Venues, Insurance; and other business matters and as assigned by the BOT. Duties are divided among others when position is vacant.|
|Costume Manager||Ellen Rosen||Responsible for design/construction/management of all Costumes for shows.
Coordinates Costume rentals to other groups / individuals. Contact if you are interested in Costume Rentals.
|Grants Administrator / Patrons Chair||Laura Gudenburr||Coordinates and submits Grant Writing and other Fund Raising proposals, and as assigned by BOT.|
|House Manager||Liz Lucas||Acts for the BOT on Front of House/Lobby matters for a specific show. Responsible for correct record keeping of income from admissions & sales, and following BOT Procedures. May change per production or show.|
|Membership Coordinator||Alex Policicchio
|Coordinates Membership Committee for the board, and as assigned by BOT.|
|Coordinates Orchestra Committee for the board, and as assigned by BOT .|
|Production Manager||Lynette Garlan||Administrative Liaison for the BOT upon production matters for a specific show (or shows).|
|Publicity & Communications Coordinator||Mia Bonnewell||Coordinates Publicity/Advertising/Promotional efforts and Public Communication, and as assigned by BOT.|
|Production Stage Manager||Andrea Lisiak||Organizes the production and coordinates communications between various personnel.|
|Event Coordinator||Rob Hockenberry||Administers auxiliary performances and receptions.|
|Volunteer Coordinator||Casey Thompson||Finds and coordinates volunteers.|
|Accessibility Coordinator||Lynette Garlan||Handles patron and volunteer accessibility issues.|
|Webmaster||Matt Lisiak||Handles issues pertaining to the functionality of this website.|
The Board of Trustees (BOT) are the managing body of the Pittsburgh Savoyards inc. They meet as often as needed (generally once a month). BOT Meetings may be attended by any in-good-standing member unless specifically announced. The Pittsburgh Savoyards Board of Trustees consists of 11 elected members and up to three non-voting appointed members. The elected members serve in two year terms that alternate years, Five positions one year, and Six positions the next, and are elected at the Annual Membership Meeting by the general membership. Following the election of the BOT members, the President and Vice-President are elected from the BOT members by the general membership. The general membership elects the BOT members, and then from the group of 11 elected BOT members elects the President and Vice-President of the Board. Requirements to be a BOT member is Pittsburgh Savoyards membership in good standing. In addition to being a BOT member, the President must have already served a complete two (2) a year term as a member on the BOT at some time prior to being elected President, and must be willing to serve as President. The Vice-President may be any Board member.
* The Annual Meeting is normally the Last Activity of the Performance Season. The new Season begins with the Fiscal Year in July, or at the conclusion of the Annual Meeting. Transition of BOT members occurs at the conclusion of the meeting, except by special vote for outstanding business matters, and transitions of authorized personnel, as for Bank or Legal Documents (accounts), which takes place as soon as can be arranged.