Raised in the great Washington D.C. and still a fellow Washingtonian. I went on to attend Trinity University, an all women college and obtained a psychology degree in order to understand the world around me and to help others. Afterwards I began jobs that included working DCPS and organizations in the area helping out communities. That’s when my path to using art as way to help others began and I attended George Washington University for a masters in art therapy. My goal is to someday make and create alongside others for healing.

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Michael Lodico is a highly skilled organist and seasoned director of music ministry. He has a Bachelor of Music, from the Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia, PA , was a Fulbright Scholar to the Netherlands, and received a Master of Music, from the Het Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2006. He has been the Director of Choral Activities at St. Anselm’s Abbey School since 2006. While at St. Anselm’s, Michael has concurrently served a few parishes as Director of Music Ministry. First at Wye Episcopal Church, Maryland, and then moving to St. John’s Church, Lafayette Square. At St. John’s, Michael first served as Associate Music Director and Organist, then served as the Interim Music Director, and then Director of Music Ministry and Organist. He has provided leadership in the American Guild of Organist and the wider Episcopal Church.

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Robert Alexander brings gifts of organization and hospitality to St. Thomas’ Parish. Robert graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) in 2013 after studying psychology and entrepreneurship. Robert joined the St. Thomas’ Parish staff in 2022 to focus more on community service and making the world a better place through his work.