Donald Schlosser – Don has been an actor, director, and producer for over 30 years. He is currently co-director / producer of the St, John’s Passion Play.
Robert Lee Harris – Co-founder Robert Harris is a renowned artist and activist. He contracted meningitis at the age of 8 months resulting in permanent paralysis of both legs and his left hand. Robert has over 40 years of experience in video.
Juan Miller – Juan is the co-founder and executive producer of Vulcan’s Forge, who has had 40 years experience in theatre.
Daniel F. Holmes – Daniel Fate Holmes has been active in the performing arts since the age of 5 as an actor and singer. Daniel’s repertoire includes being a writer, stage manager, and cameraman.
Adam Coyne – Adam Coyne, CPA, has been on the board of directors of Vulcan Forge since 2020. A resident of Cincinnati since 2014, Adam has enjoyed becoming accustomed with the performing arts scene, and a passion for promoting artists with disabilities, both physical and mental.
Mindy Walker – Mindy and her husband, Rich Davis, relocated from Fort Wayne, Indiana to be closer to her family in Ohio. They are enjoying all of the cultural and arts activities that the greater Cincinnati area has to offer. Prior to joining New York Life, Mindy worked with both international and domestic project teams in the fields of healthcare, higher education, urban development and academic master planning and design.
Grace Spencer -Grace Spencer brings a broad based business background to the Board ranging from career development and human resource consulting to financial services advisory. Over the past 30-years, she has owned and operated a career consulting and placement service and worked in corporate sales and marketing positions. Project-driven, Ms. Spencer has designed and facilitated experiential training programs for youngsters and adults; produced and hosted her own radio show; and has authored a number of published articles. Volunteer involvement includes The Caring Place Food Pantry, Board Member; NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness), Trained Support Group Facilitator; CABVI (Cincinnati Assn. for the Blind & Visually Impaired}, Volunteer. Ms. Spencer is a graduate of Xavier University (Cincinnati) with a degree in Economics, and completed graduate coursework in XU’s Executive MBA program. A longtime Cincinnatian, she is an advocate and activist for the rights of underserved individuals, and abused animals.
Luther Gibson -Luther Gibson has a BFA in Theater in Directing from Ohio State University. Luther has produced and directed over 30 productions in the Cincinnati Area. His productions have been at Playhouse in the Park, Gabriel Corner, the Arts Consortium, and the Fifth Third Theater at the Aronoff Center.