The Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities' Board of Directors is comprised of 9-12 volunteers from the community, who are elected by active individual, family, and business members by way of voting.
The board meets on the 2nd Tuesday at 11 a.m. of each month virtually or at the Brunner Farmhouse (except in June, July and December). Board members are also encouraged to attend the 3rd Thursday quarterly meetings at 7 p.m. at the Brunner Farmhouse, but it is not mandatory.
If you are interested in becoming a board member, BCAH is always looking for new business-oriented members and creatives who are eager to help BCAH grow arts and culture in Broomfield.
Heather Doran began her film career creating props for the Disney movie "10 Things I Hate About You" before becoming a Location Scout and Manager on films including "Life or Something Like It" starring Angelina Jolie, "Solaris" starring George Clooney, and "Amateur," a basketball story filmed in Colorado and released in April on Netflix. Heather is the Program Director of the Broomfield Film Project, a BCAH program, valued volunteer, innovative board member, and welcomed addition to BCAH.
Jane is a treasured member of the community, past Heart of Broomfield recipient, "Living Legend of Dance" awardee, founder of Broomfield's 1st dance studio, and the valued BCAH historian. She continues to represent the legacy of BCAH and Broomfield. She is BCAH's most valued volunteer and one of the founders of arts in Broomfield.
Well-known Broomfield entertainer and singer with ASTER Women's Chamber Choir, Carolyn not only has a powerful voice dropped from heaven, but a mind for business. Her family's pizzeria, IPie Pizza, is one of Broomfield's most celebrated eateries, which wholeheartedly supports arts and culture in Broomfield.
With advanced degrees, a notable background in music and nonprofit experience, Tamara brings fresh, welcomed ideas that will help to shape the future of BCAH. The board is richer through her participation.
In Memory of Sherill Bunetta
Past President and Treasurer
For many years, BCAH was lucky to have Sherill as its backbone. As a past Heart of Broomfield for Arts award recipient, she dedicated a great deal of her life to the continuation of BCAH and ensured it was consistently on track from its finances to its operations. It is with our deepest regret to share that Sherill passed away in October, 2020. Sherill was a friend to many and a shining light for us all. She wholeheartedly believed that arts, culture, and science must be present, vibrant, and available to all in every community. The family has asked that donations be made in her name. To donate, click on the donate button and select her fund name from the program list or send a check to BCAH, PO Box 681, Broomfield, CO 80038.
Linda is the driving force behind the Broomfield Youth Symphony and Intermezzo and a valued board member of BCAH for her experience in event management and marketing.
When Kathy isn't volunteering for BCAH, she is spending time with her beloved grandchildren. She retired from being a Broomfield Children's LIbrarian -- a position she held for decades. Throughout her career and in her volunteering role with BCAH, she is committed to bringing new, exciting and diverse programs to Broomfield for children of all ages.
Dr. Christina Lynn-Craig
“Dr. Tina,” a past Heart of Broomfield for Arts recipient, has been involved with BCAH and the Broomfield Music Teacher’s Association for over 20 years. In April 2000, she founded ASTER Women’s Chamber Choir. She has also taught on music faculties at CU-Boulder, Metro, and Loretto Heights College. Her private voice studio is filled with talented singers of all ages.”
Winning the Heart of Broomfield Award for Arts in 2015 is but a small indication of the hard work Chippy has put into BCAH and furthering the cultural landscape of Broomfield. She serves as a voice for the arts by being on the board of BCAH and attending local events.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities