Cheryl Mollerup has been the Executive Director of the Phoenix Children’s Chorus since 2005. She has been involved with the choir since 1994, serving on the FoPCC as treasurer and chairperson. She has extensive managerial and financial background. This experience gives her the expertise to work with the PCC staff and parent volunteers. Cheryl and her husband, Tom, have two children, Amber and Brittney.
Fabyann has been involved with PCC since her daughter, Ayla, joined in 2008. Ayla graduated in 2014 and is now studying music at Arizona Christian University. She also has a son, Ian, who like most teenage boys spends all his free time playing video games. Fabyann has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biblical Studies and Ministry and loves teaching children’s bible classes. Originally from Boston, she and her husband Bob moved to Phoenix 21 years ago.
Director of East Valley Programs and Outreach
Ashley Oakley is the Volunteer Coordinator and East Valley Business Manager. She loves working with The Phoenix Children’s Chorus and seeing the impact that this organization has on the lives of the students and families involved. Ashley has a Doctorate in Piano Performance and owns and operates a private music studio where she teaches full time. She is also an adjunct faculty member at Paradise Valley Community College and teaches in the music humanities department. Ashley is a regularly featured solo and collaborative performance artist and is an advocate of minimalist and new music. She loves teaching, coffee, and reading.
Coming from the cold and snow of Minnesota, Nancy has enjoyed the Arizona sun since moving here in 1995. She graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College in St Peter, Minnesota and received an MBA from Metropolitan State University in St Paul. Her professional career includes leading fundraising efforts for the Arizona State March of Dimes chapter, the Vatican Observatory Foundation, Crisis Nursery of Phoenix, PossAbilities of Southern Minnesota and Duet, Partners in Health and Aging. All of these organizations make a difference in the lives of individuals and the communities they serve, and Nancy feels honored to have worked with their committed volunteers and staff. Her parents instilled a love of music in her. She took piano lessons for several years and played the violin in grade school, high school and college. She believes in the transformational power of music and is looking forward to giving every child an opportunity to find their voice.