9315 State Ave. #J • Marysville, WA 98270 • (360) 322-7402
The Board of Directors for Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts understands that we are located on Indigenous Lands, the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish People, specifically the Tulalip Tribes, successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish, and other allied tribes signatory to the 1855 Point Elliott Treaty. Since time immemorial the Coast Salish People have hunted, fished, gathered, and taken care of these lands. We respect their sovereignty and their right to self-determination, and we honor their sacred spiritual connection with the land and water.
Red Curtain is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, managed by an 8-person Board of Directors. There are currently two open positions on the RCF Board.
As founder and president of the Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts, Scott Randall brings over twenty-five years’ experience with local non-profits, along with strong leadership, a clear long-term vision and solid interpersonal skills to the organization. He has been an active board member for several arts groups in the Snohomish County area, and has been teaching theatre skills since 1997 in Snohomish and Los Angeles counties, While teaching is his focus, Scott has also acted in, directed, and produced local community theatre since his high school days. Mr. Randall graduated from Western Washington University (June 2016) with a degree in Theatre Education and is currently employed as the Theatre Club Adviser for Snohomish High School.
Krishan Aggarwal began his involvement with Red Curtain as a student in the adult acting class. As an accountant and federal grants manager for the Washington State Department of Transportation, as well as a volunteer tax preparer for the United Way, he offers his financial management skills and training for Red Curtain's service. Mr. Aggarwal is an active member of Toastmasters International.
Beckye Randall, the organization's volunteer Operations Director, has been actively involved in non-profit organizations supporting the performing arts in Snohomish County for more than 20 years. As a paid staff member and a volunteer, she managed the daily operations of the Historic Everett Theatre for nearly 10 years while also serving as a Board member and corporate treasurer. A marketing and graphic design professional, she designs all marketing and outreach materials for Red Curtain. With a degree in Communications, Mrs. Randall served as editor and publisher of a weekly community newspaper serving north Snohomish County from 2007 to mid-2014. She is now semi-retired.
Celeste Jackson-Moody currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts, and volunteers as the organization's Costume Shop Manager and Lead Costumer. With degrees in Museum Studies and Art History, Mrs. Jackson-Moody has been involved with non-profit museums and art galleries since 2002. While teaching Art History and Art Appreciation in the California State University and Community College systems she focused on connecting minority populations to the predominantly Eurocentric subject matter through an inclusive student-centered approach. Since 2010 she has been focused on raising a family in the beautiful Pacific Northwest
Paul Grass is a practicing attorney, an amateur actor, and an arts advocate. A resident of Snohomish, Mr. Grass is Red Curtain's “of counsel” pro-bono adviser, offering his legal expertise as Red Curtain considers contractual obligations and other legal agreements.
Rhonda Snyder is a board member and volunteer coordinator for Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts. Rhonda is Vice President Business Development Officer for Coastal Community Bank and spends most of her time building relationships and supporting community businesses. She is a member of Soroptimist International of Marysville and an Emissary for the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce. She is passionate about her community and the people who are a part of it.