MEET THE BOARD

2016/2017 Board of Directors

A membership-elected Festival of Arts board of directors has guided the Festival of Arts through its eight decades of financial growth and popular success. The current board of directors is lauded for promoting a spirit of cooperation and collaboration with the community at large and Laguna Beach city officials. The Festival Board (which notably receives no compensation for its efforts) establishes company policy and envisions goals for the Festival and Pageant.
The members of the current board of directors are recognized for their professional management and creative vision for the future. Elected by the Festival’s membership to serve three-year terms, board members volunteer their time, expertise and collective leadership abilities to assure that the Festival and Pageant continue to thrive in the years ahead.

Fredric L. Sattler

President

Fred Sattler is a retired business executive who worked in the field of health care economics and the organization of health care for over 25 years. Fred has served on several governing boards and advisory committees of both commercial and not-for-profit organizations in the private and public sectors over the years. Fred served as treasurer of the Festival for five years prior to being elected President in 2010. Fred chairs the Planning and the Irvine Bowl Policy Committees.

Kathy Jones

Vice-President

Kathy Jones is a painter and has exhibited in the Festival of Arts for the last 15 years. In addition to her service on the Festival Board of Directors, she serves on the board of LOCA, an arts education organization. She is  a principal of The Napa Group, consultants for clients seeking performance improvement. She served as Vice Chancellor of UCI, and Senior Vice President of Georgetown University. Kathy holds an undergraduate degree from Stanford. She served on the Laguna Beach School Board and has consulted for the Laguna College of Art+Design, the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, the Laguna Canyon Foundation, and the Laguna Beach Museum of Art among others. Kathy’s paintings are exhibited in Laguna Beach at the Festival of Arts and at Sue Greenwood Fine Art. For the Festival, she’s a liaison for Membership and Special Events Department, and is a member of the Bylaws, Policies, Scholarship, Exhibits and Planning Committees.

Pat Kollenda

Secretary

Pat is devoted to the community and the arts. She was honored as the 2011 Patriots Day Parade Citizen of the Year, is a past chair of the Laguna Beach Arts Alliance and won the 2010 Alliance For The Arts “Innovation and Arts Leadership” award. Pat was a past president of CHOC and USC Alumni (B.A., broadcast journalism) guilds, a past president of Laguna Playhouse, a former board member of School Power and Boys & Girls Club and is a current member of the Laguna Beach Arts Commission. Pat co-founded Laguna Tunes, was founding president of No Square Theatre, and co-founder and Executive Committee vice president of the Laguna Beach Sister Cities Association. Onstage, Pat has performed in numerous productions including the USO Tour of Vietnam. For the Festival, she’s the liaison for the Pageant Production Department, chairs the Bylaws & Policies and Scholarship Committees, and is a member of the Exhibits, Planning and Irvine Bowl Policy Committees.

David Perry

Treasurer

David Perry and his family are longtime supporters of the Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters. During several summers he and his daughter were volunteer cast members of the Pageant of the Masters. David is an administrative partner and serves on the Management Committee of K&L Gates LLP, a full-service global law firm with more than 2,000 lawyers. David is a member of UC Irvine’s Chief Executive Roundtable and its School of Biological Sciences Dean’s Leadership Council. He is chair of the board of directors and a member of the executive committee of OCTANe. David is a kidney cancer survivor and a longtime member of the board of directors of the Kidney Cancer Association, an international survivor and patient led organization. In 2013 David joined the Pacific Art Foundation’s board of directors. He is chair of the Festival’s Finance Committee and a member of its Human Resources, Planning and Restaurant Committees.

Wayne Baglin

Wayne Baglin, a Festival of Arts member since 1981, was president of the Festival Board of Directors for three years. He currently serves on the Exhibits, Finance, Planning, Scholarship, Bylaws & Policies and Audit Committees, and chairs the Human Resources and Restaurant Committees. A Laguna Beach resident since 1969, Wayne served three terms on the Laguna Beach City Council, was Laguna Mayor three times, and was chair of the California Regional Water Quality Control Board. Wayne is a former chair of the Laguna  Beach Alliance  for  the Arts.  In 2014/2015, the Laguna Beach Patriots Day Parade honored Wayne as its Citizen of the Year. Wayne holds a BA degree from California State University at Northridge and is owner of an independent Laguna Beach real estate business. Wayne and his wife, Faye, are collectors of Laguna Beach contemporary art and when not working or volunteering, both enjoy Scuba diving.

Tom Lamb

Tom Lamb is a photographer, adventurer and conservationist. Tom brings many years of experience: as an exhibitor at the Festival of Arts, board member of non-profit organizations and founder/owner of Lamb Studio Inc., a successful image and communications studio. Tom is an image-maker with a focus on both the built and un-built, concerns for the environment and indigenous cultures. Tom holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Hartford Art School (HAS) in printmaking and a Master of Fine Arts degree in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). At the Festival, Tom is a juror for the Junior Art Exhibit, a member of the Planning, Finance, and Exhibits Committees and is the board liaison for Operations

Anita Mangels

Anita Mangels is a four-term past president and five-term immediate past treasurer of the Festival of Arts. She remains passionately committed to preserving the Festival’s traditions while fulfilling its artistic and philanthropic mission. A longtime Laguna Beach resident, Anita’s community service history includes serving on advisory boards for the University of California, Irvine’s School of Social Sciences where she is currently a member of the Dean’s Leadership Society, and CSU Long Beach. Other affiliations past and present include several years as a board member and treasurer of the Laguna Canyon Conservancy and associations with numerous other non-profits. Professionally, Anita for many years headed the Orange County office of an award-winning public affairs firm, and is currently president of Laguna Beach-based Mad Dog Communications. Anita is the board liaison to the Guest Services and Marketing & Public Relations Departments and serves on the Finance, Audit, Bylaws & Policies and Planning Committees.

Bob Moffett

Actively devoted to improving the welfare of Laguna Beach and the Festival of Arts, Bob has been very active in developing long-range plans for the upgrading of the Festival and Pageant facilities. Bob shares his passion for the arts with his wife Jacquie, a longtime Festival of Arts exhibitor and former board member. Bob is liaison to the Membership & Special Events and Security Departments and a member of the Exhibits, Audit, Human Resources, Planning and Restaurant Committees. A Laguna Beach resident for over 40 years, Bob brings a world of experience to the Festival of Arts. In 1953, after attending UCLA, Bob started his successful career in the entertainment business in engineering and production at KTLA. He was promoted to Engineering Supervisor overseeing many of the video- tape productions. Recruited by KOCE in 1970, Bob became Chief Engineer. He was later promoted to Station Manager before retiring from KOCE after 26 years.

Scott Moore

Scott Moore has been a Festival of Arts exhibitor for the past 37 years.  As an artist, two of Scott’s paintings have been portrayed on the stage of the Pageant of the Masters. His watercolor, “The Big Catch” debuted in 1981and his oil painting, “Coffee And Donuts” made the stage in 2010.  As a past president of the Festival of Arts, and while on the board in 2002, Scott helped create a 40 year lease with the city of Laguna Beach.  Scott is currently the president of the FOA Foundation, a non-profit organization created in 1989 by the Festival of Arts.  The FOA Foundation has awarded over $2.6 million in grants to the art related non-profit organizations in and around the community of Laguna Beach. He also serves on the exhibits and planning committees.  Scott, with his wife, Carol, have been Laguna Beach residents for the past 38 years, where Carol volunteers her time at the Laguna Beach Animal Shelter and also at the Glenwood House.

Steve Dicterow

Laguna Beach Mayor

The mayor of Laguna Beach automatically becomes an ex-officio member of the Festival Board upon election. Laguna’s mayor regularly attends board meetings to keep up-to-date on Festival of Arts issues and to inform the directors on matters of municipal interest.