About YAU

YAU Annual Report

Youth Arts Unlocked 2018-2019 Annual Report


Shelley R. Spivack  Co-Founder and Co-Director
C.L. Fields – Co-Director and Program Manager
Steven Hull – Co-Founder
Dr. Denise Smith Allen  Research Consultant
Sally Strand – Web and Graphic Designer


Aris Campbell – Dance
Emma Davis Dance
Dan Gerics Theatre
Marcia McGee Yoga
Ella McAndrew Theatre
Corinne Nuzum Visual Arts
Casey Hamann Visual Arts
Curr’esha Beatty – Spoken Word Poetry
Bradley Carson – Visual Arts


Hannah Hawcroft – Intern


Annette O’Malley – President
Justin Scanlon – Vice President
Cakhilah Durden – Secretary
Bella Kritz – Treasurer
Mark Kalandyk
Ethan Hibbard
Dora King
Erica Britt


Genesee Valley Regional Center
Genesee County Juvenile Probation
GearUp Academy
Voices for Children
Peckham, Inc.
New Evolution Educational Center
Good Beans Cafe
Flint Crepe Company
Crust – A Baking Company
Barnes & Noble
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church –Flint
Totem Books
Buckham Gallery
Greater Flint Arts Council
Art of Yoga Project
S. Campbell’s Accounting & Tax Service
Blackmore Rowe Insurance
B’s Bowling Center/Frank Pepp

SF Burke & DJ Anderson Charitable Fund
Suellen J. Parker, Attorney at Law
Attorneys for Indigent Defense (AID)
The Child Advocacy Team (CAT)
Vic Bond Sales
Linda Pylypiw, Lynne Taft and Denise Fish, Attorneys at Law
Lee Maxwell
Jessica Mainprize-Hajek, Attorney at Law
Law Office of Tabitha Marsh, PLLC
Steady Eddy’s Café
Refinery Hair Co.
Susan Hauer, Therapeutic Massage
Case Island Glass
Youth Karate-Ka Association
Hometown Family Haircare
Oliver T’s
The Flint Institute of Arts; Michelle Dummer
7th Judicial Circuit Court-Family Division

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