Terms of Service

Last updated: 1/26/2021

Please read these Terms and Conditions (“Terms”, “Terms and Conditions”) carefully before using our website (the “Service”) operated by the Lulu & Leo Fund (“us”, “we”, or “our”).

Your access to and use of the Service is conditioned on your acceptance of and compliance with these Terms. These Terms apply to all visitors, users, and others who access or use the Service.

By accessing or using the Service you agree to be bound by these Terms. If you disagree with any part of the terms then you may not access the Service.

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Changes

We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to modify or replace these Terms at any time. If a revision is material we will provide notice on this page. What constitutes a material change will be determined at our sole discretion.

Contact Us

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Melissa Shaw

Creative Coach
Melissa is a writer, theater artist, and educator who has taught and conducted workshops in schools, detention centers, corporate offices, and homeless shelters. She has worked with a variety of organizations including Brooklyn Arts Council and Community Word Project and was on faculty at Drew University’s Institute on Religion and Conflict Transformation.
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Nancy Quach

Program/Administrative Assistant
Nancy holds an MS degree in Education with a concentration in Mental Health Counseling and a BA in Psychology from St. John’s University. When not working at the Fund, she is a professional skating coach at Chelsea Piers. For the past 15 years, Nancy has taught a creative skill-based curriculum to various age groups. Nancy worked as a preschool director prior to joining the Lulu & Leo Fund, where she developed an on-ice and off-ice curriculum that has made the program so successful today.
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Damian Owens

Creative Coach
Damian is an artist, cartoonist, vocalist, and guitarist with several years experience as a Child Care Facilitator at Children’s Aid. He holds a degree in Audio Engineering.
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Christina Noyes

Creative Coach

Christina is a credentialed arts and drama teacher and an instructional technology curriculum designer. She is currently a consultant leading various technology and creative workshops throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Danielle McFadden

Creative Coach
Danielle is a professional performer, theater and creativity educator with over 20 years of experience. She holds a BFA in acting from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
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Jason Krobatsch

Marketing and Communications Manager
Jason joined the Fund in 2019 with a background in marketing, publicity, and social media. He has worked at multiple agencies covering industries including theatre, nonprofits, higher education, and entertainment. He earned a BA in Communication with a minor in Theatre/Comedy and an MA in Professional Communication from William Paterson University. Jason has relied on creativity throughout his life in various forms and is thrilled to support the mission and legacy of the Lulu & Leo Fund.
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Marina Krim

Creative Director

Marina is a mother, teacher, artist, entrepreneur, and co-founder and board member of the Lulu & Leo Fund and ChooseCreativity.org. Marina turned the tragic loss of two of her children into an inspirational movement and creative curricula that empower children, families, and communities to survive and thrive in the face of adversity. Marina earned her MA and BA degrees in Education from the University of Southern California, and has been a teacher in California and New York, as well as founder of several creative businesses. Marina resides in New York with her family.

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Stephanie Krieger

Senior Director of Programs
Stephanie has a combination of programming and fundraising experience and a lifelong passion for making creativity accessible to everyone. Prior to joining the Lulu & Leo Fund, Stephanie served as Manager of the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund, raising millions in corporate revenue. Her previous experience includes working in Development at MoMA and planning volunteer events for the corporate sponsors of New York Cares. Stephanie earned a BA in Art History and Business from Muhlenberg College and holds a MA in Arts Administration from Columbia University.

Terese Boegly

Educational Design Consultant
Terese has worked as a teacher, principal, and professor for 30 years. She completed her doctoral work at Arcadia University, Glenside PA. Her work as a principal was highlighted in Bena Kallick’s Using Curriculum Mapping and Data Analysis to Improve Instruction (2008). She has presented at national conferences on topics including Creating a Culture of Mathematical Empowerment, Professional Learning Communities, and Successful Strategies for Closing the Achievement GAP. Terese has extensive knowledge and experience creating positive and supportive learning environments and helping schools address the social and emotional needs of children. She used Choose Creativity in her school and they continue using it following Terese’s departure.
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Najmah Abraham

Creative Coach
Nicole is a spoken word artist, public speaker, teaching artist mentor, community activist, entrepreneur and a 2018 Zanette Lewis Environmental and Social Justice Slam Champion (Yale).