Elizabeth S. Young, Executive DirectorElizabeth S. Young, Executive Director of the Florida Keys Council of the Arts, has an extensive background in both the performing and visual arts. Her experience working with non-profit organizations spans program development, board relations, fund development and marketing. She earned her B.A. in Art History and Theater from Wheaton College in Norton, MA. After spending nearly a decade in New York City as a Casting Director for film, television and theater she moved to the Florida Keys in 1987. Her professional life in the Keys includes being the business manager of Island Wellness and working in all aspects of the business of the fine art photography gallery of Alan S. Maltz.  As Executive Director of the Arts Council since 2008, she serves all the arts, all the Keys, all the time. Recently, she was a grant panelist for the State’s Division of Cultural Affairs and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, presented at the City of Key West’s Ambassador and Leadership Monroe programs, and for the Board of the Tourist Development Council. She has served as the Public Art Administrator of the City of Key West’s 1% for public art program since 2017, and the County’s program since 2008. She is thrilled to have co-curated the Florida Keys Sculpture Trail with Susann D’Antonio on behalf of benefactors, John Padget and the late Jacob Dekker. She is also proud to serve as Past President of the Florida Association of Public Art Professionals. E-mail Liz

Reen StanhouseMartha Resk, Business Manager - Martha moved to Key West in 1993, just after completing her degree in Ecology, Evolutionary Biology from the University of Arizona. As Business Manager, she brings over 15 years experience working with, and leading local non profits including Audubon House Gallery, Reef Relief and most recently as the Director of the Key West Art Center. She is passionate about supporting the local arts community and working with our local artists. Martha is an avid nature lover, and enjoys spending time outside, whether it is in our local backcountry, skiing and hiking in the Rocky Mountains, or gardening in her Key West backyard. Her responsibilities with the Florida Keys Council of the Arts include providing administrative support, coordinating grant programs, and financial reporting. E-mail Martha

“CocoCoco Page, Executive Assistant & Community Outreach - Coco brings with her New England work ethic and over 20 years experience as a graphics communications specialist in the Office of News/Public Relations at Rhode Island College. A graduate of the University of Rhode Island (BA) and Rhode Island College (MS), she previously worked at the Key West Citizen. Grateful for an amazing group of friends, Coco enjoys the history, art, music and lifestyle of this dynamic, scenic city, while fully taking advantage of the gorgeous, tropical weather. She is thrilled to be in a position where she can champion the arts, connect people and change lives. E-mail Coco.

Reen StanhouseReen Stanhouse, membership specialist - As Reen always says, "I'm out doin' the do." And she does it well. Reen's metal sculptures and ironwork are in collections throughout the United States and the Caribbean. Upon graduating from Syracuse University she traveled to the Florida Keys and never returned to the North or its ways again. She continues to pursue a broad freelance career from graphic arts to social work -- all the while following her passions as a “seawoman” and “soulster of metal”. Private commissions are the continuous thread in her journey, the latest being a 12-foot cigar sculpture for the Gato and Fuentes cigar families.