Board of Directors
NOVA Center for the Performing Arts is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation governed
by a board of directors.
Steven Butler M.D., President; an Otolaryngologist, physician and surgeon at Ear, Nose & Throat Associates
Douglas Nagel, First Vice President; Associate Professor and co-chair Department of Music, MSU Billings and former artistic director of Rimrock Opera
Jenny Chapman, Second Vice President Bookkeeper at Westate Machinery Company
Karla Stricker, Treasurer; Administrative specialist, Family Service
Karen Postema, Secretary; retired,
Speech-Language Pathologist MS/SLP
members at large are:
Lucinda Stearns Butler, RN, BSN retired, president
of Rimrock Opera Foundation, past president of NOVA Center for the
Performing Arts -
Shannon Johnson, CHS, LMT Clinic Manager – St. Vincent, Internal Medicine Associates Current Role Business Manager
Ellen Layton, Esquire,
General Counsel for Billings Clinic
Precious McKenzie, Ph.D. Assistant Professor English, Rocky Mountain College
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This House of Books
Benjamin Meyer, Lyric Tenor, works at ExxonMobil
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Rebekah Rae, dance instructor and avid arts
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Lyndsey Ross, Paralegal -
Karen Stears, M.S. genetic counselor at St. Vincent’s Hospital
Robert Stears, M.D., diagnostic radiologist, neuroradiologist,
Daniel Struckman, retired pharmacist and “In Search
of Bud” blog writer -
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Randall Hammerquist, Susan McCaughey, Virginia Mermel and Samuel Bergman directors emeritus
Steven Butler M.D., an otolaryngologist, physician and surgeon at
Ear, Nose & Throat Associates, was named president.
Douglas Nagel, associate professor and co-chair Department of Music, MSU Billings and
former artistic director of Rimrock Opera, was named first vice president.
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Jenny Chapman, bookkeeper at Westate Machinery Company, was named second vice president.
Karla Stricker, Administrative specialist, Family Service, was named treasurer.
Karen Postema, retired speech-language pathologist, was named secretary