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3201 Dallas Parkway, Suite 200-211

Frisco, TX 75034

Copyright © 2019 Frisco Arts

Leadership Team


Named 2017 Spirit of Frisco by the Chamber of Commerce and 2019 Visionary Nonprofit Arts Leader by the North Texas Business Council for the Arts, Tammy Meinershagen has a gift of inspiring others through her music, leadership, and passion for the arts. A professional musician and former school teacher, Tammy has volunteered in many roles to promote arts and culture in Frisco, including the Frisco Public Art Board, Texas Music Teachers Association, Frisco Council of PTA's, and 2015 Citizen Bond Committee, where she successfully spearheaded a $10M bond initiative for a performing arts center in Frisco. Tammy is currently a member of the Advisory Boards of Leadership Prep School, Legacy Christian Academy, and Collin Corporate College's Nonprofit Advisory Council. She was also selected as a grant review panelist for the Texas Commission on the Arts in 2019. Tammy's work in the arts has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Dallas Morning News, Frisco STYLE Magazine, WFAA Ch. 8, and many other media outlets. Originally from Chicago, IL and a graduate of Northwestern University, Tammy and her husband Todd reside in Frisco and have 3 daughters, all aspiring musicians and arts enthusiasts.

Executive Director

Tammy Meinershagen


Julie Shipp is the Director of the Arts Gallery and a Professor of Art at Collin College, and has served on the Board of Directors at for Frisco Arts since March 2014.  She is involved in the Student Mentor Program on campus, teaches art studio courses, and initiated a lecture series called Art Café that features art professionals presenting their studio work and research to expand the dialogue of art. Julie is in the current Leadership Arts Institute class of the Business Council for the Arts.


Julie Shipp

Jennifer Wade graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Texas and a J.D. from UCLA School of Law.  She lives in Frisco with her husband Oliver and daughter Zoie, and practices law in Clark Hill Strasburger’s Collin County office.  Music and theater have always been an important part of Jennifer's life.  Jennifer was the treasurer for the International Thespian Society in high school and enjoyed working both onstage and backstage.  In law school, Jennifer performed in the musicals “The Music Man,” “Justice Maul,” and “Anti-Kids 'n' Fun,” which were written by a professor and produced by the students.  As a clarinet player, Jennifer played with small ensembles and in community bands during law school and still likes to play whenever she can.  Currently, Jennifer volunteers for the Acting Studio Frisco, helping young actors, singers, and dancers learn about the wonderful world of theater.  Jennifer is excited to serve Frisco Arts and dreams of bringing new opportunities for Frisco residents to hear live music and see live theater.

Vice President

Jennifer Wade


Will Odom is the founder and CEO of The Next Dimension Marketing and Management, LLC. He currently works as Project Manager at Verizon and has a heart for the arts due to 18 years in the music industry. Will is a member of Grammy365 recording academy and artist manager for singer/songwriter Crystal Cameron. Will has extensive marketing, PR, and event planning experience as marketing director at WeTalkRadio Network, PR Manager for All Things Beautiful & Co., Project Manager for 12:53 Entertainment in Atlanta Ga., and securing entertainment for the annual ML King, Jr Luncheon and Justice Award on behalf of the Dallas Bar Association. Will holds the following certificates: PMP, CKT Designer, Network Provisioner, Telecomm business solution, MEDC credit smart, Six Sigma yellow belt. Will is noted for his work with numerous national non-profit organizations due to his humble spirit in serving the community with passion, leadership and a will to make a difference. He has served on the boards of Heels on The Move To Heal, My Miscarriage Matters, and received the 2019 Volunteer of the Year award with Frisco Arts. Will attended Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana and resides in Frisco with his wife Lashone.


Will Odom


Barbara and her family relocated from New York in 1995 when husband, Bill was transferred with JCPenney. She is a graduate of Cornell University with a BS in Communication Arts.  Barbara was the Director of Marketing Services with NECTEL, a subsidiary of a multinational telecommunications corporation, until leaving to raise her two children, Danielle Mazzeo Ingold and Justin Mazzeo.  In 2002, she joined The Dallas Opera where she was the Development Database Manager until retiring in 2012.  For 35 years, she has been a community volunteer, working with the Girl Scouts, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Frisco Family Services as well as with her church and local PTAs.

A lifelong consumer and lover of the arts, Barbara came to Frisco Arts in May 2017 where she combines this passion and her data management skills. She is inspired by Frisco’s vibrant artistic community and its dynamic, growing and committed arts advocacy network.


Barbara Mazzeo


Sherry Lambe is the former Vice President, Finance & Controller at United Way of Dallas and was the Director of Finance at Susan G. Komen for the Cure for 8 years. Sherry served as CFO of the Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance, and CFO of Jonathan's Place. She received her Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) in Accounting and Computer Science from Texas A&M University, and a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) and Nonprofit Finance from University of North Texas. 

Director of Finance

Sherry Lambe

Note from the Executive Director

Thank you for your interest in Frisco Association for the Arts.  I’d love to get to know you and I invite you to partner with us as we advance the arts in Frisco.  As a musician and teacher, I believe exposure and involvement in the arts are essential to a healthy, balanced life.  Art gives us time to reflect, it inspires creativity, and it unites a community.  Each of us has a unique perspective, and when it is shared through the universal language of art, it has the power to change lives.  Music, dance, theatre, visual art, and the written word have all had a significant impact on history, and they compose the heart and soul of a city.  So whether you are a creator or consumer of art, I welcome you to the vibrant arts community in Frisco.  I’m looking forward to working together to further arts and culture in our growing city.  Let’s grab a cup of coffee soon!