Jonathan Kelley (Board Member) is a Filmmaker, Music Producer, Creative Writer, and Community Activist from Oakland, California. He has worked in the Banking Industry for 10+ years currently as a Loan Documentation Specialist with Wells Fargo Bank in Denver, CO. He graduated from Johnson and Wales University (Denver) with a degree in Business Administration in 2002, and returned to Denver in 2016 as an advocate for art, culture and to be a contributor to the blossoming innovative and creative community here in Colorado. He recently graduated from the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts 2017 Leadership Arts Program. Jonathan has recorded, written, produced, and engineered more than 30 songs/albums that have been released in the U.K., Australia, Haiti, and the United States. He recently produced, scored, and sound designed his 1st film titled #Victim505 which was announced as an official selection for this year’s 2017 San Francisco Black Film Festival. Jonathan along with his wife Letishia Kelley founded an organization called T.H.I.N.C. INC. which stands for: Thinking Helps Inspire New Creations. The organization’s mission is to inspire thought in our children, adults, and communities to use creative tools like art, music, theater, writing, and creative thinking to generate new outside of the box ideas and sustainability solutions that will enrich our local, national, and global communities. Jonathan is inspired by all things artistic and is an avid lover of Star Wars, boxing, outdoor hiking, camping, fishing, cooking, storytelling and astronomy.