The Story Behind Stories on Stage
Stories on Stage creates programs from the belief that literature is a rich source of powerful stories and actors enhance the impact of literature on people’s lives.
In March 2008, the Mile High Chapter of the American Red Cross awarded Stories on Stage its first-ever Leadership in Inclusiveness Award. In being the Community Inclusiveness Hero, Stories on Stage was cited for giving audiences “an experience of identifying with people and situations outside of their own worlds.”
Our Board of Directors
Linda Treibitz, president, is Senior Manager, Project Support at SunGard iWORKS, a developer of investment accounting software for insurance companies. Linda has a B.A. in Music from Pomona College, and an M.S. in Accounting from the University of Colorado at Denver. She has been on the Board of Stepping Stones, an interfaith religious school program, and has been a Regional Chair of the Pomona College Alumni Association, as well as a past member of the college's Alumni Board. Linda has sung most of her life, most recently with Singers Master Chorale, as a soloist with B'nai Havurah and Christ Congregational Church, and as a music leader for the monthly healing service at Swedish Hospital.
Al Mizrahi, treasurer, worked at Bell Telephone Laboratories for over 30 years, including two years as an on-site CEO of a small AT&T owned company in England. Initially an engineer, Mr. Mizrahi progressed through several levels of management and retired from the position of International Research and Development Vice-President, Bell Labs in Denver Colorado. Currently Mr. Mizrahi volunteers for various organizations including Habitat for Humanity (Metro Denver and Colorado) and Academia Sandoval (Denver Charter School). His board experience includes serving on Tinton Falls Board of Education in Tinton, New Jersey; Chairman of the Rabbi Search committee at Temple Har Hashem in Boulder Colorado; President of the Willow Springs XVI Home Owners Association; Executive Board member and Treasurer at Temple B’nai Havurah; and Board member at Brooks Tower Home Owners Association. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from City College of New York and his Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
Dana Mathes, secretary, earned her B.A. in history from UC Berkeley.
She is currently a
principal editor in the University Relations department at her alma mater,
where she writes letters urging her fellow alumni to give to Cal. Her varied career has included barista, grassroots organizer, wedding cake
salesperson, and steward on party yachts that cruise the San Francisco Bay. For
seven years, she worked in the marketing and development departments of
California Shakespeare Theater — editing programs, planning major events, and
running the theater store, among many other things.
Cammie Cloman has extensive experience with and knowledge of
nonprofit management, community outreach, strategic planning and marketing.
Cammie was the Marketing Director at Denver Options, Inc. and Employment Link,
Inc. – both organizations serving persons with disabilities. Her entrepreneur
expertise comes from owning her own business, Abrakadoodle Art Education in
Boulder, and supporting art projects with business and product development,
such as a creative arts program for Boulder’s Society for Creative Aging.
Cammie has served on many boards including the Boulder Valley Rotary,
Associations for Persons in Supported Employment, Family Link, BVSD/LifeLong
Learning Task Force, Centennial Middle School and Boulder High School. Cammie
earned her B.S. in Business Administration Marketing from New Mexico State
William Wei is a Professor of History at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He received his Ph.D. in 1978 from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and is an authority on modern Chinese history and Asian American Studies. He is the author of Counterrevolution in China: The Nationalists in Jiangxi during the Soviet Period, The Asian American Movement, and many other publications. In the summer of 1997, he worked as a journalist covering the historic handover of Hong Kong to China. In 2006, he was the Academic Dean of the summer Semester at Sea Program, visiting countries around the Pacific Rim. He currently serves as Board Chair of Colorado Humanities, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Linda Roberts Zinn grew up in Connecticut (where she started taking
"acting" lessons at age 7), started college in Virginia and graduated
from N.Y. University with a B.A. in Fine Arts. Linda worked as a paralegal
before going to Law School at DU, graduating in 1989. Linda is a
passionate gardener and volunteer at Denver Botanic Gardens. She was involved
with the Junior Symphony Guild for 15 years. Linda has enjoyed Stories on Stage
for the past 6 or 7 years as well as other aspects of the Denver cultural and