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Board of Trustees

The Board of Directors meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00 pm at Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts located at 2291 South 2000 East. Parents and interested public are welcome to attend.

Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts
Board of Directors

     Robin Hough
    (Board Chair)
Robin has spent her professional career as a top-level executive and business owner.  Her daughter attended SPA and Robin has served on the board since, both as vice chair and board chair.  Robin is a visionary decision maker with a flexible, positive, team spirit management style, geared to high productivity, leadership and results. Robin enjoys a regular yoga practice, fly fishing, and spending time at her cabin with family and friends.

   Kristi Swett

   SueAnn Bodily








Sue Ann Bodily is in her fifth year of involvement with Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts and has served on the board for over three years.  She serves on the membership and the executive search committees of the board.  Sue Ann is passionate about continuing the mission and culture that Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts has developed over the past ten years.  She also is excited about the opportunities well run Charter Schools have to expand the school experiences and meet the diverse needs of students. Currently Sue Ann works in the insurance industry as a Licensed Sales Producer/Account Manager.  In her spare time she enjoys being an audience for all the performing arts, cooking, costume design/sewing, reading, spending time with family and volunteering in her church and community.




Rob Tudor










Rob has lived in Salt Lake City since 2010 with his family. Through his son’s passion for the Performing Arts, Rob has gained active interest in the future success of Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts. His experiences include 25+ years of Business Ownership, Corporate and Sales Management. 


Katie Eskelson-Leremia









Katie is an assistant principal at Highland and the Highland representative on the SPA Board.  Katie has been working at Highland since 2001 first as a Language Arts teacher, then as Athletic Director and Intern Assistant Principal before accepting her current position. Katie is married to Kalani Leremia and has a 1-year-old son, Kawika.


   Devi Fournier









Devi is a former journalist and dancer. Passionate about the performing arts, education and human rights, Devi sat on the Board of Coeur dʼAlene Summer Theatre, in Idaho, and was a member of the Anti-Bullying Task Force for the Coeur dʼAlene School District. She is also an author and the owner/designer of Love & Peace Notes, an accessory collection.


    Kit Anderton











Kit has been working professionally in theater for over 30 y ears.  As a professional actor, designer and administrator, he has worked throughout Utah, Los Angeles and San Francisco.  He is in the middle of his tenure as a SPA parent, one daughter graduated from SPA, one daughter is a current senior and one daughter joins SPA next year as a freshman.




     Ana Moses










Ana is a senior level marketing communications executive with expertise in launching creative, unique and successful marketing solutions that encompass word of mouth, public relations, social media, viral marketing, branding and targeted communication strategies. A California native, Ana has been a performer and patron of the arts for most of her life. 


      Doug Keefe

Doug enters the SPA community as a recent addition to the Board of Trustees.  Doug and his family moved to Utah in 2005 from Boston, MA, including his daughter Casey who is attending SPA as a freshman this year.  Doug has a diverse business background, most recently as CEO of a local financial services company.  Doug also has experience with schools and programs through a variety of consulting and volunteer work.  Doug will utilize his significant business experience to assist the Board's mission and activities, while further evolving his more recent interest and commitment to the performing arts.
 John Craigle
John Craigle

John has spent most of his professional career in education as a classroom teacher in fine arts and commercial photography and finally as an administrator in the Salt Lake City School District’s Career and Technical Center.  He also works as a freelance commercial photographer and graphic designer. Since high school in Chicago, John has played bass guitar in a wide range of musical groups including jazz, rock, musical theater and country gospel.  He has worked as a studio musician and currently plays in two local bands. John has a granddaughter in her second year at SPA and is an advocate for choice and variety in education.

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