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Brandon is only as successful as those who support the development, operation, and future expansion of the organization.  Our staff has a strong commitment to enriching the lives of our community residents through creative and performing arts.  Brandon House staff members are some of the most dedicated and passionate individuals who truly believe that the arts can transform lives. Staff believe that change happens when youth, young adults and community resident use their creative talents, diverse cultural abilities, and innovation to illuminate, educate and entertain to enrich the quality of life of diverse audiences.

Brandon House Staff

  • Dr. Pamela Bax
    Dr. Pamela Bax

    Executive Director 
    Contact Information: thebrandonhouse@gmail.com

    My Why:
    Contribute to encouraging youth and young adults to unleash their creativity, cultural expressions and innovative skills.

    So That:
    My impact can facilitate positive changes in the youth, their families and in their communities.

  • Paul Bax
    Paul Bax

    Director of Finance
    Contact Information: finances@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    I love music and I love art. I work at Brandon House to embellish the expression of both.

    So That:
    I can do all I can do to support the Arts!

  • Dr. Patrice Bax
    Dr. Patrice Bax

    Director of Programs - Executive Producer & Promoter
    Contact information: programs@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    Contribute to establishing creative and artistic experiences that spark change and progress in youth, young adults, and the community. 

    So That:
    My Impact will support innovation and transformation within the arts and culture of Arkansas. 

  • Jennifer Jones
    Jennifer Jones

    Director of Events, Meetings and Venue
    Contact Information: eventcenter@brandonhousearts.org

  • Dr. Kalebyra Mitchell

    Director, Resource Development & Marketing
    Contact Information: resourcedevelopment@brandonhousearts.org

  • Celeste Akers
    Celeste Akers

    Youth Program Coordinator
    Contact information: info@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    Contribute to helping youth find their voices and allow them to explore and expand their mindset beyond their environment as they become purpose-driven through performing and creative arts.

    So That:
    My impact can see the youth come back into their communities as productive and effective leaders ready to impact the next generation.

  • Dion Bax
    Dion Bax

    Production Manager
    Contact: bhproductions@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    Creating dreams and watching the dreams come true is the main reason I work at Brandon House.

    So That:
    I can teach others what I've learned from working at BH - not only about my dreams but others as well.

  • Ashley Alexander
    Ashley Alexander

    Program Coordinator Arts Over Tobacco Activities & Special Events
    Contact Information: artsovertobacco@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    Contribute to helping, inspiring and being a positive influence to the youth and young adults in the community. By giving them opportunities, events, knowledge and support that shines a light on their gifts and talents.

    So That:
    They are able to walk in their God given gifts and talents with support, love and full confidence.

  • Ebonie Anderson
    Ebonie Anderson

    Creative Support Specialist
    Contact Information: creativesupport@brandonhousearts.org

  • Allan Boston
    Allan Boston

    Videographer & Event Center Auxiliary Support
    Contact Information: allanboston1999@gmail.com

    My Why:
    To let the youth know that they do not have to worry about outside opinion in order to accomplish their dream!

    So That:
    Their creative blood flows and allows them to meet their goals.

  • Michael Chandler
    Michael Chandler

    Media Resource Specialist
    Contact Information: resources@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    The youth are the next generation and they are the ones who will be leading us. My why is to see them grow in all talents that they can.

    So That:
    They can use their talents to encourage other seek their dreams.

  •  Jalache Davis
    Jalache Davis

    DreamStarters
    Contact Information: jalachedavis54@gmail.com

    My Why:
    Contribute to the development of creative forms of self-exploration and expression.

    So That:
    My impact can help underserved and underdeveloped communities aspire to have a safe space to uncover, understand and overcome the disadvantages they encounter.

  • Naocea Evans
    Naocea Evans

    Talent Management Coordinator
    Contact Information: talent@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    I enjoy helping others discover their creativity in music and performing arts, educating, and presenting the opportunity to apply their talents to the world.

    So That:
    Culture, music, and performing arts become tools of expression that bring awareness, career opportunities, positive energy, and real world connections.

  • Brittnee Gibson
    Brittnee Gibson

    Youth Program Coordinator
    Contact Information: dreamstarters@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    Everyone deserves a fair chance at life. Therefore, my goal is to have a positive impact on children and their families, by encouraging them to set S.M.A.R.T goals in order to elevate and reach their full potential, regardless of life's obstacles. I also strive to meet the mental, physical and/or spiritual needs of our clients, while boosting their self-confidence, as well as bringing forth balances and healing throughout their homes and community.

    So That:
    My impact plants the seeds of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control in hopes that our participants will one day become self-sufficient and are positive leaders throughout their community.

  • O’Brennan Moss
    O’Brennan Moss

    Youth Program Instructor
    Contact Information: dreamstarters@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    Contribute to our children and our communities by bringing excellence into character-building and educational pursuits using cultural and performing arts so that our children and our communities can strive for higher goals to ensure our survival for the future.

    So That:
    My impact will demonstrate the possibilities of males being educators on an elementary level to our children to help provide structure and a sense of self-worth for youth to embrace who and what they are, and to know that they have a purpose. With high standards of education and socialization, we collectively can and will make a huge impact on our future generation.

  • Shatavia McDonald
    Shatavia McDonald

    Administrative Support Specialist (VISTA Worker)
    Contact Information: teamwork@brandonhousearts.org

    My Why:
    To contribute to their growth and the creativity youth already have in them.

    So That:
    They mature into outstanding individuals who are confident in their gifts.

  • Damen Tolbert

    Creative Career & Workforce Development Coordinator

  • Darique Walton
    Darique Walton

    AmeriCorps VISTA Member - Videographer & Event Center Auxiliary Support
    Contact Information: wdarique@gmail.com

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