Annette Logue   Annette was born in Brunswick, Georgia, to Norman Thompson and Hilda Ann Haddock Thompson. She lived in Brunswick until she was 13, at which point she moved to Savannah, Georgia where she graduated from the Windsor Forest High School. Annette graduated with honors from Armstrong Atlantic State University with a degree in History and a minor in Speech, Drama, and Communications. She participated in college and local theatre in Savannah where she was lucky enough to audition for a New York Director, landing her the leading role in  A Tinker's Wedding  by J.M. Synge. She currently lives in Darien with her husband of 40 years, Charles, and spends her time with her three married children and ten grandchildren. She performs in different shows at Brunswick Actors Theatre and continues her passion with performing arts, taking part in creating a theater company in Darien which she is now the President - CEO and in-house director of; a non-profit by the name of McIntosh Theatre Arts Company, Inc.

Annette Logue

Annette was born in Brunswick, Georgia, to Norman Thompson and Hilda Ann Haddock Thompson. She lived in Brunswick until she was 13, at which point she moved to Savannah, Georgia where she graduated from the Windsor Forest High School. Annette graduated with honors from Armstrong Atlantic State University with a degree in History and a minor in Speech, Drama, and Communications. She participated in college and local theatre in Savannah where she was lucky enough to audition for a New York Director, landing her the leading role in A Tinker's Wedding by J.M. Synge. She currently lives in Darien with her husband of 40 years, Charles, and spends her time with her three married children and ten grandchildren. She performs in different shows at Brunswick Actors Theatre and continues her passion with performing arts, taking part in creating a theater company in Darien which she is now the President - CEO and in-house director of; a non-profit by the name of McIntosh Theatre Arts Company, Inc.

Beth Bushnell   Beth Bushnell is the mother of eight children and sole teacher at the Bushnell School of Excellence for the past 25 years, a private institution all of her children attended (A fancy way to say she taught at home). As certified Prepare/Enrich counselors, Beth and her husband John have been involved in counseling and conducting marriage conferences for the past ten years in three different states. Beth also works as a Compassionate Entrepreneur with Trades of Hope. Beth's passion is to help women reach their God-given potential and be the "older woman" to the younger generation the way Paul instructs in Titus 3.

Beth Bushnell

Beth Bushnell is the mother of eight children and sole teacher at the Bushnell School of Excellence for the past 25 years, a private institution all of her children attended (A fancy way to say she taught at home). As certified Prepare/Enrich counselors, Beth and her husband John have been involved in counseling and conducting marriage conferences for the past ten years in three different states. Beth also works as a Compassionate Entrepreneur with Trades of Hope. Beth's passion is to help women reach their God-given potential and be the "older woman" to the younger generation the way Paul instructs in Titus 3.

Carolin Smolek   Carolin began her dance training very young, with her passion for the art of dance continuing to unfold to this day. From 2012-2017, Carolin was the Dance Stream Coordinator at Hillsong College. Throughout her career at Hillsong, she had the privilege of educating students from across the globe in performance and choreography skills. Her students have gone on to lead dance companies and become international leaders in their sphere of influence. In May 2017, Carolin completed her Masters in Teaching from Alphacrucis College. Recently, she has launched the organization "Global Dance Network," with the dream to connect and resource dancers worldwide. She looks forward to being a part of Milk Carton on a String and seeing it achieve new goals and dreams.

Carolin Smolek

Carolin began her dance training very young, with her passion for the art of dance continuing to unfold to this day. From 2012-2017, Carolin was the Dance Stream Coordinator at Hillsong College. Throughout her career at Hillsong, she had the privilege of educating students from across the globe in performance and choreography skills. Her students have gone on to lead dance companies and become international leaders in their sphere of influence. In May 2017, Carolin completed her Masters in Teaching from Alphacrucis College. Recently, she has launched the organization "Global Dance Network," with the dream to connect and resource dancers worldwide. She looks forward to being a part of Milk Carton on a String and seeing it achieve new goals and dreams.

Seia Rassenti Watson   Seia Rassenti danced with Flamenco Y Was as a youngster in Arizona, then trained in classical ballet with Linda Walker at the Tuscon Regional Ballet. After graduating from the Kirov Academy of Ballet in Washington, D.C., she danced with North Caroline Dance Theater, where she worked with Dwight Rhoden. Seia is currently in her eighth season with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet.

Seia Rassenti Watson

Seia Rassenti danced with Flamenco Y Was as a youngster in Arizona, then trained in classical ballet with Linda Walker at the Tuscon Regional Ballet. After graduating from the Kirov Academy of Ballet in Washington, D.C., she danced with North Caroline Dance Theater, where she worked with Dwight Rhoden. Seia is currently in her eighth season with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet.

TaKiyah Wallace   TaKiyah Wallace is Founder and Executive Director of Brown Girls Do Ballet (Brown Girls Do Inc), a philanthropic movement that seeks to celebrate and increase participation of underrepresented populations of girls in ballet programs. She is also a former Gifted-Education teacher for a large urban school district as well of Owner/Photographer of Some Sweet Photography and the Pass Thru Gallery (Dallas, Texas). TaKiyah's work has been featured amongst such outlets as Buzzfeed, Wedding Nouveau, Huffington Post, Washington Post, and Dance Teacher Magazineand as an actress, her voice and likeness have been used in ad campaigns for Dickies, From, and The American Heart Association to name a few. She holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of North Texas and a Masters Degree from the University of North Texas Christian University. Her mission in life is to empower women and girls.

TaKiyah Wallace

TaKiyah Wallace is Founder and Executive Director of Brown Girls Do Ballet (Brown Girls Do Inc), a philanthropic movement that seeks to celebrate and increase participation of underrepresented populations of girls in ballet programs. She is also a former Gifted-Education teacher for a large urban school district as well of Owner/Photographer of Some Sweet Photography and the Pass Thru Gallery (Dallas, Texas). TaKiyah's work has been featured amongst such outlets as Buzzfeed, Wedding Nouveau, Huffington Post, Washington Post, and Dance Teacher Magazineand as an actress, her voice and likeness have been used in ad campaigns for Dickies, From, and The American Heart Association to name a few. She holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of North Texas and a Masters Degree from the University of North Texas Christian University. Her mission in life is to empower women and girls.