Kim Rogers-Hatfield | Treasurer
Kim is a lifelong native of Madison County, a graduate of Highland High School and Anderson University. She is a founding member of the White River Watchers. A former President, she now serves as volunteer board member and treasurer. Kim is Vice President of Engagement with United Way of Madison County directing volunteer projects including the RSVP (55 and older) volunteer program, Madison County COAD (County Organizations Active in Disaster) and Operation Weatherization. She served as tree commissioner for the city of Anderson for nine years and is a trained Master Gardener through the Purdue Extension Master Gardener program. Kim resides in Anderson with her husband, Steve.
Levi Rinker | Artistic Director, Ad Hoc
His passions are photography, sculpture, poetry, and travel! After collecting 26 stamps abroad, Levi returned home to Indiana and started working on community engagement projects through the arts as well as working for Anderson city government to better my community. From Walking Man sculptures and disc golf courses, to bike trails and artist studio spaces at A Town Center, he'll gladly work with anyone wanting to be a catalyst of change and increase the quality of life.
Katherine Kester | Secretary
Originally born in Nashville, Tennessee, Katherine Kester has lived in Indiana for most of her life. She is an art teacher at Anderson High School where she teaches a variety of classes: Ceramics, Jewelry, Fibers, and 3D. She graduated from Liberty Christian, and Ball State University with a bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts Education and minor in English.
She lives in Anderson, with her husband, and pets. In her free time, she creates her own artwork for KMK Designs, using a variety of media from oil paint, acrylic paint, felting, beading/metal work, and recycled materials. She is passionate about helping A Town Center provide the Anderson community with more artistic opportunities for residents as well as see the value in art.
Sonia Caldwell | President
Sonia is a Kindergarten Reading Specialist for Anderson Community Schools and has been a teacher with ACSC since 2000. She loves all art forms including dance and is the former Vice President for Anderson Young Ballet Theatre, Inc. She also Co-Chaired the Paramount Theatre's Dancing Like the Stars Event and worked on the event for many years. Sonia loves community engagement, volunteering and the Arts.
Evan Williams | Vice President
Evan is in his 16th year of teaching journalism education to middle school students. He leads students in creating the yearbook, newspaper and weekly broadcasts, which allows him to stay in touch with his creativity. While he doesn't necessarily consider himself an artist, he's always working on photography, digital designs, drawing in his notebook or writing for his website. He's been on the lookout for a volunteer opportunity in Anderson, and during the October First Friday in 2018, he stepped foot in A Town Center for the first time and knew immediately he wanted to be a part of its journey.
Michele Hockwalt, Board Member
Michele works in marketing for Community Health Network and was born and raised in Madison County. She and her husband Jason live in Anderson with their two sons, Sam and Ben. She graduated from Ball State with a BS in History and Political Science and from Anderson University with an MBA. She has served as a volunteer or member of a variety of local organizations, including Anderson Symphony Orchestra, Tri Kappa, Madison County Community Foundation, YWCA of Central Indiana, Exchange Club, Madison County Historical Society, Habitat for Humanity, and the City of Anderson. In her free time she loves to travel, watch movies, read, and play trivia and all sorts of games.