SallyAnn Majoya’s love of language began at an early age when she concocted elaborate fairy tales about her family, as well as stories of animal and child adventures. This led to her first degree in English, and her work as a copywriter, grant writer and editor. Most recently, she served as an arts manager in a higher education setting. This role allowed her to marry her passion for arts and education, as she introduced students in Kindergarten through college to world music, dance and the liberal arts. SallyAnn is also a certified therapeutic harpist who has brought a compassionate presence to a variety of hospice and palliative care environments. She holds an additional degree in Wellness & Alternative Medicine and seeks to combine the principles of holistic health in helping others find a deeper, integrated sense of wellness through words and music.
Rebecca Majoya loved books as soon as she could read. She would get so lost in the world of the story didn’t notice hear people around her talking. During her son’s younger years, she read stories aloud constantly, often while they acted them out as she read. Rebecca brought her dramatic spirit to all the work she has accomplished in non-profit agencies for women’s shelters and mentoring.
It is quite natural that she is a licensed instructor in Communications and Theater Arts (K-12). Rebecca also holds an M.Ed. from Castleton State College. Her proudest endeavors include helping others blossom and develop into their most authentic self. Her teaching goal is to instill confidence in others, especially when it comes to making life better through words.