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Greg Pason is a community activist and organizer. A ten year resident of Montclair, founder of Montclair Make Music Day, staff at Terry’s Serendipity Café and a Collective member of ABC-No-Rio in NYC’s Lower East Side. He is  also active in community garden and human rights work as a member of the Friends of Crane Park and the Montclair Fair Food Alliance. He’s married to Andrea Pason and has one son, Trevor.



As a research professional, Michael Scuello’s statistical analyses and evaluations have been helping nonprofit and social service agencies for over twenty years. As a wanna-be musician, he was once the bassist, sometimes drummer, and frequent cowbell player in his sons’ band Rockstar Racecar. He has also been an active volunteer in Montclair Make Music Day since winter 2018. Michael resides in Bloomfield with his wife, AnnMarie, his sons Andrew and Jack, and his cats Pippin and Pasha.



Ann Marie Sekeres is the marketing director of the Montclair Center BID. A nonprofit marketing, fundraising and events professional, she has held positions at the Brooklyn Museum, where she was the publicist for the controversial SENSATION exhibition; the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in New York; and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newark.  She is married to Michael Scuello and has two loud musician children.



Maya is a Ninja poet, writing guide, and creative adventuress. She lives in the suburban wilds of Northern New Jersey and with her partner, Amy Tingle, she co-founded The Creativity Caravan in 2013. Maya has published two collections of  poetry and two collections of personal essays. Her “10-Line Tuesday” poems, which she has been writing for more than 13 years, reach nearly a 1,500 people around the world each week. To learn more about Maya, visit mayastein.com.