Virginia F. Ritter, PhD
Charles Watkins, PhD
Demetria Vassiliou Kroustouri Olesen was born in Southern Greece where she attended private schools, majoring in classic literature and languages. She has published poetry, plays and newspaper articles. She has directed and produced several plays, including Iphigenia in Tauris at Sundance Utah. She is presently working on the opera, Athena's Katara about the abduction of the Parthenon marbles by Lord Elgin. Demetria loves to work with children of all ages and enjoys taking part in the creative process.
Born in Austin, Texas, Susan Redkey-Moeller spent eighteen years in banking administration. During that time she and her husband lived for three years cruising on their sailboat through the Intra-Coastal Canal, Florida Keys, and the Bahamas. Currently, she works at Vintage Villas Hotel on Lake Travis. They host 150 weddings a years. Susan is a big believer in living your dreams.
For over fifty-seven years Dr. Virginia F. Ritter has taught children of all ages. She is still teaching and enjoys every moment of it. She has encouraged, inspired and loved each one of her students in a special and gentle way. She is an icon of impeccable character, unlimited enthusiasm for learning and for reading good literature.
Demitria calls him the Steven Spielberg of Greece. He is a noted director who worked with Demetria in the production of Iphigenia in Tauris.
After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University, Marley Porter taught design there for 12 years as Adjunct Faculty, while building up his architectural practice. From the beginning in 1979, his designs have inspired and warmed the hearts of all who live and work in his architecture.
Dr. Watkins received his PhD in Speech-Communication from the University of Texas in 1974. He went on to a career in technology marketing, eventually forming his own consultancy, Open Technology Services, which he sold in 1999. Now retired, he serves on the Parks and Recreation Commission in Marble Falls and dabbles in writing grants for good causes. He is a Director of the Falls on the Colorado Museum where he acts as webmaster and develops new exhibits on a variety of subjects.
Elissa was born in Florida and raised in Texas. She has been interested in the arts from an early age and continues to work with tempras, colored pencil, computer graphics, textiles and creative literature based on naturalistic observations as well as creative abstractions. She is attending Concordia University in Austin and lives with her parents and younger brother, as well as their menagerie of pets.
Baldemar was born and raised in Texas,in a small town called Mission. Growing up he loved math and science, he either wanted to be a neurosurgeon or an electrical engineer. He chose the latter.
He has had interesting work experiences, ranging from a Temporary Teacher to working for the U.S House of Representatives and working under the U.S Dept. of Defense.
His hobbies include social dancing, and learning more languages. He loves traveling and learning new things.