Key Chorale Announces New Executive Team



Key Chorale has announced its new executive team, board of directors and business manager, who will lead the organization in its ambitious 34th season. Jennifer Williams joins the Key Chorale staff as business manager, where she will manage Key Chorale's program operations and support Artistic Director Joseph Caulkins in expanding the organization's programming and outreach. Williams has worked with several leading nonprofit organizations through the years, and, from 2012-2017, was employed as a care advisor with the Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson's, and helped launch and oversee the Off-Key Chorale, a therapeutic singing program for individuals with Parkinson's, done in partnership with Key Chorale. Larry Patton, who will serve as board president, practiced law and served in leadership roles in local professional, religious, relief, and social organizations in his native Oklahoma from 1967 through 2014. He is now a performing member of Key Chorale. Lydia Johnston, retired HR Director at Fredrick Derr & Company, is also a singing member of Key Chorale who has served for the past year as a board member and chair of the volunteer Chorale Committee, and will return to the board as secretary this year. New to the board of directors this year and assuming the role of vice president is Bob Wennberg. Also returning to the board this season are Treasurer John Daniels, Judy Egan, Lee Holden, Dr. George Mims, Lorraine Murphy, and Judy Plerhoples.

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