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Preserve the Heritage...Embrace the Experience!
Preserve the Heritage...
Embrace the Experience!

About Us  /  Meet Our Team

WE THANK POLLY WHITTED AND SHELIA PENNINGTON FOR THEIR MANY YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE HAYTI HERITAGE CENTER. THEY WILL BE MISSED!

 

Angela Lee

Executive Director

Manages day to day operations of the Center including directing program and event implementation, governance, development, external relationship building, strategic partnering and community outreach.
 

Melody Little

Director of Operations

Manages daily fiscal operations, maintains organization budget, manages staff/payroll, and assists CPA and auditor in preparation of annual reports.
 
 

Quentin “Q” Talley

Program Director

Q joined the Hayti team as Program Director in 2019. He is the founder and artistic director of OnQ Performing Arts, Inc. in Charlotte. He is a proven Program Director with extensive experience in collaborating to develop strategic plans aligned with organizational priorities. Q has proven success building relationships with community and regional partners, and brings that record of success to Hayti.
 

Marc Lee

Site Coordinator

Monitors the facility during programs, assists with set-up and clean-up for events and programs, and helps maintain a clean and secure facility.
 

Jon Paul McClellan

Technical Director

Manages audio/visual and lighting in the Historic Performance Hall for programs, and coordinates technical needs with event managers at the Center.
 
 

Winifred Garrett photo

Winifred Garrett

Founder and Artistic Director of The Harp Studio

2020-21 Hayti Harpist in Residence.
 

Multy Oliver

Summer Intern

Multazem (Multy) Oliver is a senior at Duke University studying Public Policy, Human Rights and Theater Studies. She has always had a vested interest in the arts and how the arts can be used as a method of social change. Through her studies she has been able to take a close look at the intersections between arts accessibility and the positive impact arts education can have on minority communities and low-income youth. Multy’s work with Hayti has furthered her appreciation for having culturally relevant creative outlets for black communities in particular, and she can’t wait to continue advocating for the importance of Hayti and similar cultural centers.
 
 
 

 

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