Tania was a warrior princess in a previous life. She drags her sword collection around the continental US while reading about human proteins and werewolves. She has worked in the community with the local Stagehand Union and with a life coach assisting those who need an extra hand. Her degree is from North Carolina State University. She has worked in higher education, the airline industry, manufacturing, and engineering firms.
OPERATIONS & FINANCE MANAGER
Molly has spent most of her professional life in film festivals and event planning, but she's passionate about all forms of art. New to comics, she's diving right in! She likes dark stories with fantastical art, graphic bios, and anything with cats. She can be lured from her home with promises of coffee, ice cream, and movies.
SOCIAL MEDIA & MARKETING
Marcel has been affiliated with the ToonSeum since its establishment in 2009 and joined the Board of Directors in 2016. He is an award-winning graphic-prose creator and authority in social applications for comic-book art. He is the lead artist, book designer, and project coordinator for the acclaimed comic-book series CHUTZ-POW! SUPERHEROES OF THE HOLOCAUST, published by The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh. His favorite fictional hero is Superman and, given time, he can work the character into every conversation.
No one realized how fundamental the connection would be when they introduced five year old Terry to reruns of the Batman TV series. Thus began a lifelong passion for super-heroes, comic books and pop culture. Terry has a BFA in drama from CMU and an MFA in film & TV producing from USC. After a twenty-year TV career in Los Angeles producing everything from commercials to reality TV, he’s returned home to Pittsburgh to raise his kids and help the ToonSeum.
Cheryl works in the human services field and is a writer. She received her degree from Pitt and her masters from Carlow. As a freelance writer, she's written for U.S. News & World Report, CDA News, and Parachute. She's also a workshop facilitator for Girls Write, and a non-fiction reader for Northern Appalachia Review. A self-professed geek, Cheryl fell into comic books because of her spouse. She hates pina coladas and walking in the rain.