Staff & Board
Danielle I. Salisbury
Danielle served on the WCFA Board of Directors from 2018 – 2020 and is thrilled to now be leading the organization into the future as Executive Director. She has a BFA in Interior Architecture from the Maryland Institute, College of Art and a Graduate Certificate in Arts Administration from University of Connecticut.
Danielle’s favorite art mediums are bookmaking, collage, drawing, photography, and gardening. She enjoys playing tennis and spending time with foster pups!
Aileen M. Quinn
Gallery & Programs Manager
Aileen has served on the Board of Directors and as an Instructor since the 1990’s. She is a graduate of Butera School of Art in Boston, Graphic Art /Sign Painting. Aileen’s professional experience includes working as a Sign Artist throughout RI and MA, establishing The Fresh Palette Art Studio at Parker Woodland, implementing an after school art program at Creative Child, facilitating workshops at libraries throughout RI and serving as a Community Outreach Coordinator with Royal Crest International Student Youth Art. Former member; International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades; Providence Local 391 and Boston Local 35, I.B.P.A.T. Bulletin / Scenic Painting Studies.
Aileen is also a frequent teaching artist for WCFA’s Youth & Adult programs.
Mollee has loved art for her entire life, and found the Warwick Center for the Arts to be the perfect place to surround herself with artwork. Currently, she is studying for her BFA in Printmaking, her BA in Painting, and earning a minor in Art History. Her own works reflect on the obscurity of items through baroque-esc still life intaglio prints and paintings. Being a staff member for her local arts center allows her to give back to her community, while also making connections within the Rhode Island artist community. In the future, Mollee would like to earn her Master’s degree in Art History, with a focus in Conservation.
Some of her favorite artworks come from 17th century Dutch Baroque Paintings and early 20th century German Prints. Her favorite artists include Rembrandt, Hendrick Goltzius, Kathe Kollwitz, and Otto Dix. In her free time, Mollee enjoys taking Irish dance lessons and rock climbing!
Debbie has been at WCFA since 2017, first as a volunteer and now staff member. She minored in Art at Rhode Island College. Her favorite mediums are ceramics and drawing with charcoal and pastels. In addition to teaching English on the college level, Debbie also volunteers at the Attleboro Arts Museum, IMPACT Melanoma, and plays flute with the Lafayette Band.
Board of Directors
- Jennifer Lucente
- Daniel Lee White
- Beth Goulet
- Rebecca Stockdill
- Sharon D. Eisman
- Susan Nelson
- Nancy Nielsen
- Susan Scotti
- Susan Aitcheson
- Pam Unwin-Barkley
- Taylor Johnson
- Dora Kuan
- Mary Anne Macial
- Paulette Miller
- Lisa Nofi
Interested in Board Membership?
We welcome inquiries from community professionals who care about connecting people to the cultural arts. Our volunteer board works actively to support the arts in Warwick and beyond, by serving on committees that contribute to WCFA and its creative programming.
We are always curious and interested in experienced minds who like to share their energy and talent with our community. The specialty areas of finance, grant writing and fundraising, programming, and PR are always in need. If you’re interested, please send us an email and let us know how you’d like to support the organization.