Meet our wonderful and talented Board of Directors.


Lynn Provenzano, President

Lynn Provenzano brings leadership and extensive professional business and marketing skills to the EPSMF Board. She has worked internationally, nationally and locally with strategic product and sales development with key U.S. and Swedish retailers and wholesalers. Ms. Provenzano teaches as an adjunct instructor in the accelerated business programs at Vista College and for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Texas, El Paso. She is also a facilitator for community events and activities regarding personal development and motivation.


Stephen Jackson, Vice President

Stephen Jackson, music director, composer, and performer, has worked in a wide array of roles within the classical and contemporary music world.  Jackson has performed in full operatic production and outreach in productions of Dido and Aneas, Gianni Schicchi, Candide, Madame Butterfly, Susanna, Tosca, and La Bohème.  He has also performed in over 20 productions ranging from Shakespeare and Cole Porter to Avante-Garde premieres of new works by local musicians, writers and composers. He maintains an active involvement in music within the El Paso community by hosting a free monthly outreach concert featuring classical and quality contemporary music as well as serving as Music Director for Grace United Methodist Church.  Mr. Jackson’s catalogue of compositions has been performed by faculty members and students at Universities and Conservatories in several states in the US as well as Mexico, England, Germany, and Brazil.  His opera, The Day it Snowed Tortillas was premiered in El Paso, TX in 2003.


Ellen Goodman, Secretary


Joshua Baird, Director


Jan Brady,


Diego Delgado, Director


Wilma Salzman, Director


Cheryl Tomczuk, Treasurer