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2013-2014 Members
Kelley Anderson Cedric Dent Paul Fischer Michael Fleming Jen Gunderman
Doug Howard Mark Allen Jackson Will Leggett Amy Macy Kris McCusker
Rachel Morris Bruce Nemerov Martha Norkunis Stephen Shearon  
Kelley Anderson, musician, YEAH, and Southern Girls Rock 'n' Roll Camp.

Kelley is a professional musician and audio engineer living in Tennessee. She studied music at the South Carolina Governor's School for Arts and Humanities from 1999-2001 and graduated with a degree in Recording Industry Management from MTSU in 2005. Kelley founded "Youth Empowerment through Arts and Humanities" (YEAH) in 2006 with Anna Fitzgerald and Courtney Sharpe as an organization to provide opportunities for young people to experience and participate in the arts. She currently chairs the organization's Board of Directors. YEAH each year organizes the Southern Girls Rock 'n' Roll Camp, whose mission is to support a culture of positive self-esteem and collaboration among girls while building community through music. Kelley was a founding member of the band Those Darlins, and recorded and performed nationally and internationally with the group from 2008-2012. During her tenure with the band, they released Those Darlins debut and Screws Get Loose on the bands' imprint label Oh Wow Dang. She has just recently organized a new band, The Grand Strand.

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