Cecilia Fletcher Lieberman
Over the last 25 years, Cecilia Fletcher Lieberman has worked in various roles within organizations based in New York City and southern Connecticut that serve communities in need, advocate for women’s health, and promote the performing arts. A native of Chile, Mrs. Fletcher Lieberman has partnered with the Catholic Church to help underprivileged Spanish-speaking immigrants transition into life in America. As a cancer survivor, she also devoted herself to helping Pink Aid, a nonprofit promoting cancer awareness and free breast cancer screenings to low-income communities in Connecticut. She most recently served as a member of the board of the Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts in Westport, bringing music and culture to the region. She also helped Baby Buggy, the Robin Hood Foundation, and Near Far Aid in their missions to relieve the burdens of distressed communities. She is currently serving as a member of the board of the YWCA Greenwich, on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities. She is the wife of Jonathan Lieberman, and the mother of Mark and Tatiana. She resides in Greenwich, CT.
Max Kagan is a writer and musician from New York City. He is the founder of the web site “New York is the World” and has toured the country with his bands Heeney and Stringer. From 2013, he was Mark Fletchers primary songwriting partner. He is a volunteer at the Mark Fletcher studio. He is also a part time farmer and a full time dad.
Matt is a guitarist and software engineer from New York City. Matt's love of music was kindled in the nurse's office of the Collegiate School in 2002 when Mark Fletcher taught him how to play his first song on guitar, "Dammit" by Blink-182.
Joe is space junk momentarily animated by electricity in Brooklyn, NY.
Anastasia Cifuentes co-founded an investment company called Neruda Ventures. Neruda is based in New York City, and primarily invests in Latin America. Anastasia loves to write, and has published articles in The Huffington Post and Scientific American. In addition to serving on the governing board of the Mark Fletcher Studio, Anastasia serves as recruitment chair on the young leadership board of America Needs You, an organization that fights for economic mobility for ambitious, first-generation college students. She has also mentored at Built by Girls, an organization that prepares female and non-binary students in college and high school for careers powered by technology. Anastasia received a BA in political theory and a certificate in Chinese language and culture from Princeton University.
Alex “Freedom” Friedman is a educator and musician from Randolph, New Jersey. He graduated Bard College in 2012. His endeavors as a percussionist have taken him around the world, from Bali to Brussels to Bahia. He is a passionate teacher of percussion to the young. He has also toured with and recorded with many musical acts including Odetta Hartman (continue). He is a manger at the Mark Fletcher studio and a die hard fan of Liverpool FC.
John Spencer is a drummer and software engineer living in Brooklyn, NY. Born and raised in Oakland, CA, John moved to NYC in 2011 to study jazz drumming at Manhattan School of Music. After finding a new passion for software engineering, John transferred schools and graduated from CCNY with a B.S. in computer science. John now works as a Site Reliability Engineer for Bowery Farming, an indoor farming company. John continues to make music and play in bands, and you can catch him performing anywhere from the dingiest dive bar in NYC to the Barclay's Center.
Jonah is a graduate student in economics at John Jay College. He has played in the bands sham-poo and Stringer. Jonah is also board secretary for the New York City Labor Chorus.
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Dan Francia is primarily a bass player who also does audio engineering. He grew up in New Jersey. He did live sound for Shea Stadium, Silent Barn, and The Glove until those venues were forced to stop operating. Dan continues to work on his albums and helps friends make theirs. Dan is an audio engineer for Mark Fletcher Studio.
Katie grew up in Mississippi and attended St. John's University in Queens. Over the past decade, Katie has balanced her professional life in creative advertising by creating mixed media artwork and volunteering for various arts/music orgs. As a resident of the Silent Barn from 2012 to 2014, she served as the Press/PR Chef and was the founder of the now-disbanded Canned Ham and Hear.Say Press. Katie is an active member of the Shea Stadium family, and in January of 2020 accepted the invitation to join The Mark Fletcher Studio as Events Chair. She makes a lot of show and album art, designs merch, and if you dig deep enough you might find her credit on a track you've been bumpin'.
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