Meet Our New Board Members
HGCMA welcomes our two new board members, Roger H. Brown and Mark Sibold.
Roger H. Brown
Roger H. Brown is the President Emeritus of Berklee College of Music, the world’s leading institution of higher learning in contemporary music. Under Brown’s leadership, the amount of scholarship and financial aid available to Berklee students has increased by over 750 percent, growing from $9 million to over $80 million, aiding in the advancement of Berklee’s International Network and the national expansion of the City Music Program.
Brown also led the college in completing two large capital campaigns, including Berklee’s first capital campaign, Giant Steps, in 2011, which raised $54 million, Brown launched the institution’s second campaign, Soundbreaking, in 2014, which raised $160 million. In addition, Brown helped lead the college to expand its offerings by creating Berklee’s international campuses in Valencia, Spain and Abu Dhabi, as well as establishing Master’s programs. In 2016, he oversaw Berklee's merger with the Boston Conservatory to create the world’s most comprehensive and dynamic training ground for music, dance, theater, and related professions. Brown is also the co-founder of Bright Horizons, the world’s largest provider of worksite childcare and early education with 750 high-quality centers across the globe. With a B.A. in Physics (Phi Beta Kappa) from Davidson College and an M.B.A. from Yale University, Brown is also an award winning Percussionist, Composer, Producer and committed philanthropist.
Mark Sibold earned his baccalaureate degree in International Relations with an emphasis on Economics in the Colgate University (Magna Cum Laude) class of 2019. He also minored in Mandarin. He has spent the past three years working at Deloitte Consulting in New York City. Mark’s work at Deloitte has focused exclusively on healthcare, advising clients on large scale strategy transformations aimed at improving quality of care for members. Mark has been involved in the performing arts since childhood, most recently having performed with the Wellesley High School Keynote Singers, Boston Pops, and the Colgate Thirteen Acapella group, to name a few. Today, Sibold is currently pursuing his J.D. with plans to practice Intellectual Property/Privacy & Health Law, Mark is an advocate for equity in healthcare for underserved communities.
HG in the Media
Take a scroll to catch up on what is going on at HG and our feature in different news outlets.
The Boston Globe
Black News Hour
Tiana Woodard and Greg Lee from The Boston Globe's Black News Hour sat down with Gerami to talk about the importance of preserving Black music and how Hamilton-Garrett has been doing so in the Grove Hall community for the past 20 years.
The Bay State Banner
As the HG Academy celebrates its 20th anniversary and the 100 birth anniversary of its co-founder Ruth Hamilton, our Executive Director Gerami Groover-Flores sat down to talk about HG's history in the Roxbury community.
Negro Spirituals Royalty Project
Hamilton-Garrett is excited to be the first recipient of the Negro Spirituals Royalty Project in partnership with United Parish in Brookline. Read below for articles on this journey.
Here is where you can watch what our students have to say about their experience at the HGCMA and their performances.