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JENNIFER ZAMORA has a diverse background in Finance, Education, Art History, and Advocacy. She graduated from San Diego State University with a B.A. in Liberal Arts and Sciences with an Emphasis in Art History and has worked as a Gallery Guide for the Museum of Contemporary Art – San Diego and the San Diego Museum of Art. Jennifer is trilingual and has applied this talent to her work as a Cultural Ambassador for Park West Gallery and as an Art Promoter for ARTAC – one of Mexico City’s oldest associations for professional artists, recognized by the United Nations. Jennifer currently works for LaunchPad International, assisting students with the complex process of college admissions.
KATHRYN CAUDLE is currently completing her A.A. in Fine Arts, with an emphasis in Art History, from San Diego Mesa College. Her goal is to continue her education and eventually earn a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree. She comes from a military family and lived in both Europe and the Far East as a pre-teen. She attended high school in Kailua, Hawaii, which gave her a unique view of the natural fusion of land, air, and sea. That is where she discovered her passion for photography and subsequently created a freelance photography business, Scratchkatshots. Working with various clientele, Kathryn immerses herself in San Diego’s visual and culinary art scene. She volunteers for Thumbprint Art Gallery‘s many pop-up art shows and events. She also participates as an exhibiting artist in small art shows that showcase the work of other emerging artists.
CHELSEA MOORE has a dynamic background as an administrator and project coordinator in several fields including Law, Health/Wellness, and College Counseling. She is also a professional actor with a degree in Theatre Arts from UC Irvine, has performed regionally at Moonlight Amphitheater, Intrepid Theatre Company, and the Broadway Vista Theater. While working with Hamilton College Consulting, she managed the Tutoring Program, helping over 100 students achieve their academic goals by matching them with tutors and overseeing progress. She also volunteered in the Education Department at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Orange County. In her spare time, Chelsey loves reading, writing music, learning languages, and camping/hiking. She derives inspiration from every artistic medium and loves Vanguard Culture for its ever-broadening journalistic scope and support of the arts.