Haviland Atha-Simonton has been working at Hill Center since Fall 2021. Her background is in the arts & education nonprofit world. Before starting at Hill Center, Haviland worked as a freelance stage manager and taught theatre education at a variety of elementary schools. Haviland was first hired as the Programming Assistant at Hill Center. She is thrilled to have found a job that has supported her development and professional growth in the field.
Henry Sorto Santamaria
Henry is a first-generation graduate from the University of Maryland College Park, and graduated in May 2022 with a degree in Political Communication and Public Advocacy. He currently resides in the beautiful Mount Pleasant neighborhood, and is dedicated to upholding and enforcing diverse and inclusive ideals at Hill Center and its surrounding communities.
Chloe graduated from Washington & Lee University in May 2022 with a degree in English and Art History. She lives on Capitol Hill and is dedicated to Hill Center's mission of spreading arts & culture throughout our community and beyond.
Scott St. Onge
Scott leads development efforts at Hill Center where he works closely with board and staff to achieve campaign goals. A longtime Hill resident, Scott can most likely be found at a local baseball field with his family (when not pretending to be Frank’s assistant)!
Mary Ann Brownlow
Mary Ann Brownlow has been creating and producing programs for Hill Center since 2011. Prior to that Mary Ann served as Special Programs Producer and Festival Producer for the AFI's annual documentary film festival, Silverdocs (now known as AFI Docs).