Meet the Art House Dallas Team
Marissa Delcambre serves as the Executive Director for Art House Dallas. She served as the Programs Director for Art House Dallas for over 6 years developing events, spiritual resources for visual and performing artists. Prior to Art House, Marissa worked with artists as a Marketing Rep for Sony Music. She graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in the music industry. Marissa is an expert at old arcade games and will easily top your high score in Galaga. She lives in a land far away known as Plano with her husband and three daughters.
Katie Fisher serves as the Programs Manager for Art House Dallas. Before joining the team she worked as a graphic designer, visual artist, and writer. Her career path has taken her through dairy farms, homeless shelters, and into international development work. She holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Concordia University Nebraska and an MA in Media Arts and Worship from Dallas Theological Seminary. Katie and her husband grow as many plants as their east Dallas house can handle and love taking long kayaking adventures.
Chairman of the board
Brad Reeves serves as Chairman of the Board. He previously served as the Executive Vice President of People for Drive Financial Services. Brad was responsible for managing the Drive brand including market research, advertising, public relations and corporate communications. Having successfully grown the business to over 800 associates and a portfolio in excess of $2 billion, he and his partners completed the sale of DFS to Bunco Santander in December of 2006. Brad now is Managing Director of Freedom Truck Finance and also manages BCR Capital, LLC, a family investments firm. Brad lives in Dallas with his wife Holly and their two children, Payton and Cole.
Charlie Peacock, Andi Ashworth
Art house america, co founders
Charlie Peacock and Andi Ashworth are the Co-Founders/Executive Directors of Art House America. Andi Ashworth is a writer (author of Real Love for Real Life: the Art and Work of Caring), gardener, cook, a lover of good books, and the key architect of the nurturing environment so characteristic of Art House hospitality. Charlie Peacock, an authority on Christianity and culture, enjoys an international reputation as an innovative and award-winning musician and author. Both Charlie and Andi have seminary training, Andi having received her MA in Theological Studies from Covenant Seminary in St. Louis, MO. The couple have two grown children, and two grandchildren, who have named them Honey and Papa.
Art House Dallas Board