Resonance's Board of Directors is passionate about the mission of Resonance Ensemble and committed to developing our audience, helping raise funds, and promoting Resonance and its strategic vision.
Emily R.E. Burnett, Secretary
Part-time Financial Services Assistant and Bookkeeper, full-time mother
“I wanted a chance to have a direct impact on a unique organization that I believe in. I have background in the arts, finance, and nonprofit work. My husband Daniel has also sung in every Resonance concert since its inception.”
Catherine Crooker, Board President
"I am honored to lend my expertise to one of Portland's premiere vocal ensembles, a group that has already had a positive impact on the Portland music scene. Kathy FitzGibbon is such an inspiration; I am glad I have this opportunity to help make her vision a reality."
Stephanie Kramer, Marketing Director
Recordings Project Assistant for Oregon Catholic Press, Singer, Arts Administrator
"I've been involved in Portland's choral music scene for nearly twenty years, as a singer, volunteer, board member, and employee. I was so impressed with the vision that Katherine had for Resonance Ensemble, and am honored to have been directly involved from the very beginning."
Roger Robinson, Secretary
Director of Operations, Counterpoint Data Services
"Resonance Ensemble performances bring together the wonder of music with other forms of art and culture to create beautifully integrated experiences that are pure joys to behold. I am honored to be part of this inspired organization and to be able to support the artistic vision of Kathy FitzGibbon."
Executive Director, Humaninet
Peter van Bever
Retired Mortgage Banker
"I have a life long interest in the musical arts. I am currently on the board of Chamber Music Northwest, and I chair the board of Trustees at San Francisco Theological Seminary. I have enjoyed being an audience member of the Resonance Ensemble since their first year. I now look forward to being a member of their board and helping the organization as it grows its audience and support."