Our dedicated WonderArts staff love their work with community members of all ages. We welcome inquiries from job seekers and volunteers!
An East Hardwick native, Ceilidh became executive director of WonderArts in August 2017, bringing her creativity and tenacity to inspire dynamic programming for individuals of all ages. She engages a diverse network of community partners and is a true advocate for creativity and arts education within our communities and throughout the state.
Carol Fairbank joined WonderArts in September 2017 as Business Manager. She spent the last two decades working in business operations and management, with a focus on corporate culture, innovation, and employee experience. She began her education and early career in digital and print design, and brings a lifelong love of art, and creative thinking to her role. Click here to read Carol’s full bio …
Summer Camp Director
802.533.9216 (during the Camp Program)
Since joining Wonder & Wisdom in 2013, Anne has brought a world of experience in nature-based education to the summer camp and afterschool programs. During the school year, Anne serves as head teacher for the preschool at Craftsbury Elementary School. From mid-June through early August, Anne works full time with Wonder & Wisdom to direct our Summer Journeys Camp Program.
An advocate for a lifelong engagement with the arts, Skye started in September 2017, bringing a background in various creative endeavors to the WonderArts team. After earning her BFA in fiber art from the Kansas City Art Institute, she continued to work for the college as an administrative assistant before spending three years traveling the country and attending artist residencies. A recent transplant to Vermont, Skye is excited to get to know the Northeast Kingdom community by implementing programming that will be fun and beneficial for all.
Summer Journeys Camps Staff
Left to right:
Ceilidh Galloway-Kane (Co-Director)
Anne Hanson (Camp Director)
Maya Gershun-Half (Guide)
Matt Allen (Guide)
Martha Lang (Lifeguard and Guide)
Jessica joined the WonderArts team in August 2017 for a year-long commitment assisting with teaching, curriculum building, event organizing, resource development, and program outreach with community partners throughout the Northeast Kingdom. Jessica is a graduate of Fairfield University.