Melissa Suncin is a writer, director and producer from San Francisco, California. She received her B.A. in film production from San Francisco State University before establishing La Doña Films, an independent film production company, with business partner Sarah Lopez (whom she met through Kid Stock).
Melissa has been part of Kid Stock since age 12, first as a camper and then on to volunteer, art director, chief videographer, playwright and finally summer program manager. She has an extensive resume working with and training youth and currently serves as program coordinator at Thurgood Marshall Academic High School.
Bradley has been working for Kid Stock, Inc. for four years as a drama director and site coordinator. His love for the company runs deep and he hopes to continue his journey with his Kid Stock family for years to come.
Sound & Tech Supervisor/Teaching Artist
An active musician and performer, Danny has worked with Kid Stock for nearly ten years. He loves to share his knowledge of music with future generations of musicians.
Enakshi Vyas is the owner and director of Elite Naach Academy. Formally trained since childhood in Jazz, Tap, and Kathak, she brings a fresh touch to traditional forms of dance by mixing a diverse range of styles in her choreography. Enakshi wants to make a difference not only in the talent and technique of her students, but in their confidence and ability to shine both on and off stage.
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Noel co-founded Kid Stock with her mother, Jane Ann, over 30 years ago. She has worked to expand our programs and is the director of our in-school and after-school programming, among other things! A mother of four and grandmother of four, Noel’s children have all grown up within the Kid Stock ranks and have worked with the organization on many levels.
A graduate of the University of San Francisco, Andreliz has spent the past 20 years growing multiple business ventures. Following a successful restaurant business in Washington, D.C., she returned to San Francisco and launched Pharmacopia, an international body care brand, where she serves as president and chief operating officer. In addition to her entrepreneurial pursuits, Andreliz stays busy as a business and real estate investor, strategy consultant, volunteer entrepreneurship educator at St. Cecilia School, and mom of two.
Since starting out in PR, Bronagh Hanley has introduced national brands and talent, evangelized new trends and products, premiered award-winning TV series and films and crafted company images and missions. Hanley has built trusted relationships with consumer, business and trade media across the U.S. and around the world interested in a great story. From Netflix and National Geographic to New Form Digital and Discovery Networks, Hanley’s clients get customized PR solutions that generate real results and address their immediate and long-term business needs. With a rare combination of entertainment industry experience and tech business knowledge, Hanley’s unique skill set puts her squarely at the intersection of entertainment and technology in this rapidly changing media world. Since diving into the publicity pool, Hanley has done it all: from driving Roy Rogers around the country in an RV for his farewell tour and hosting a screening of the infamous Jack Nicholson flick at The Shining hotel, to witnessing the opening of the Medici family crypt in Florence with Morley Safer and launching the first home makeover show Trading Spaces, as well as introducing Netflix’s pioneering streaming service with HBO and CBS and launching John Hendricks’ streaming service CuriosityStream.
With bachelor’s degrees in theatre and psychology from Notre Dame de Namur University, Sarah has been a member of the Kid Stock family since 2011. She has choreographed and directed over 30 shows, and as a leader in arts education, she strives to inspire children from all backgrounds to find their voice and let it shine.