Holly Brower| AIM First Coordinator |
Holly had been looking for a place where God could use her gifts and we are so excited to have her here! She came to us from a position where she was doing the same things as what we were looking for, so she not only had the job skills, but also her friendly personality has helped here in the office to take care of the parents of AIM. She is a great addition to the team, and is so excited to be a part of a program that really helps kids find and use their gifts to glorify God!
Beth LaMee | Piano Coordinator/Instructor
Beth has been teaching group piano here since September 2007. In addition to her piano classes Beth is the Assistant Director of Music at First Methodist, where she directs the hand bell choirs and does a myriad of other things for Worship Arts. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Music at Averett University and her Masters of Church Music in Music Ministry in May 2007 from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Beth enjoys spending time at home with her husband, Bobby and her adorable kitty, Frodo.
Jason Nix | Guitar Coordinator/Instructor
Jason has taught guitar at AIM for several years and has been in music ministry for six years. He is the Saturday Night Worship Band Director and Co-leader at First Methodist. Jason has been the Contemporary Worship Leader at Brock United Methodist Church on Sunday mornings since August 2007. Jason also writes for the Saturday night worship team.
Sondra Robertson | Piano/Organ Instructor
"Sonny" has served as Traditional Worship Arts Music Assistant and staff organist since 2007 for First Methodist. She earned a bachelors' degree in organ from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro and a Masters' degree in Organ from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Sondra has taught piano and organ for over 30 years, both in the private studio and the college classroom. She and husband Steve live outside of Waxahachie, where Sondra keeps her two dressage show horses.
Scott Ferrell | Voice & Violin Instructor
Scott began studying the violin in fourth grade and double majored in violin and voice while enrolled in Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, where he received his BM in Vocal Performance. As a vocalist, he has received numerous awards including the Marguarite McCamon Award for Vocal Excellence and was a Semi-Finalist for MET Auditions. Scott Ferrell received his Doctorate of Musical Arts in 2000 and has taught voice to students of all ages and abilities, including positions at the University of Texas at Austin and Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. As the Founding Director of AIM in 2003, he is proud of the artistic impact it has had in Mansfield and the surrounding communities over the last several years.