Board of Directors
Jason Molay – Board President
Jason Molay joined the Natomas Arts and Education Foundation in October 2020. He was voted Natomas Art and Education Foundation Board President in 2021. He is an Associate Program Analyst for the State of California with the Department of Transportation- Division of Human Resources. Previous to that he held the position of Associate Administrator at Natomas Charter School. He earned his Master in Educational Leadership from the University of Illinois and his Bachelors of Science in Communication from Southern Oregon University. He is also a proud parent of two Natomas Charter School students.
Jasmin Francis-Bush – Board Vice President
Jasmin Francis-Bush joined the Natomas Arts and Education Foundation Board in February 2021. Jasmin is a Marketing leader at UC Davis’ Strategic Communications department overseeing campus advertising, branding, licensing, and supporting communicators across the university.
Jasmin began her career at the NBA and transitioned into Fashion and Retail Marketing at Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, then relocating to San Francisco overseeing Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen at Williams-Sonoma.
Jasmin is from Miami, Florida. She has a masters of arts from Savannah College of Art and Design and bachelors degree from the University of Florida. Jasmin’s family includes Dante, her husband, and two children Zaiden and Zyelle Bush, Natomas Charter PFAA students.
Michael Wang – Board Secretary
Chien-Yu Michael Wang joined the Natomas Arts and Education Foundation in June 2019. Michael is the managing attorney at Wilner & O’Reilly, APLC in Sacramento and practices immigration law. He obtained his Juris Doctorate at Southwestern Law School. He also graduated from U.C. Davis. He is the former President of the Asian Pacific Bar Association of Sacramento and is active in the community. He is also a proud parent of a Natomas Charter School student.
Sarah Winter – Board Treasurer
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Daniel Spohr-Grimes joined the Natomas Arts and Education Foundation Board in July 2021. His background in the arts spans decades in both education and experience. He is an alumnus of the Cincinnati’s School for Creative and Performing Arts, earned a Bachelor of Music Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Master of Education in Administration and Supervision from Tennessee State University.
Daniel spent ten years as a choral director in middle and high schools and is the founder of two private arts schools in Nashville, Tennessee. In 2015 he moved to Sacramento with his husband and son. He has extensive experience as a performer in theme parks across the midwest and east coast, community theaters, and film. His directing resume includes shows like Sound of Music, Annie, Oliver, Bridge to Terabithia, and many many more. In 2016 and 2017 he was the artistic director of the Sacramento RiverTrain’s Magical Christmas Train. Currently, Daniel is the Program Administrator for the United States District Court in the Eastern District of California and can be heard singing with the Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus.
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