Steamboat Springs, Colorado: The Board of Friends of Perry-Mansfield is pleased to announce the executive restructuring of the organization with Toni Quick, current Director of Operations and Kelly Latterman, current Director of Development, as Co-Executive Directors of Perry Mansfield.

Toni Quick has been on staff at Perry-Mansfield for eight years as the Camp Director and Director of Operations. As Co-Executive Director, Toni will manage all aspects of summer camp administration and organization compliance. Toni is a native of the Midwest, but has called Steamboat Springs home for almost 20 years. In her free time you will find her spending time with her family, finding and trying new recipes, outside gardening and taking advantage of all that the Yampa Valley has to offer. Toni is honored to be at Perry-Mansfield, and embraces the opportunity to continue nurturing the camps legacy as a training ground for emerging young talent, while honoring its century old commitment to bold, new artistic practice. Toni loves the summers at Perry-Mansfield, watching as each year a new combination of student artists and amazing faculty turn the campus into a unique and vibrant artistic community. The creation of new artistic work that emerges and the lifelong friendships that are made at Perry-Mansfield each summer are truly inspirational.

Kelly Latterman recently came to Perry-Mansfield as the Director of Development. As Co Executive Director, Kelly will oversee all external affairs for the organization. She will be the spokesperson for the Perry-Mansfield, liaison to the board of directors and spearhead all fundraising initiatives. She also cultivates and maintains relationships with individual and corporate donors, government entities and foundations. Kelly holds a Masters in Political Science and a Graduate Certificate in Public, Nonprofit and Community Leadership from University of Colorado Denver. She received a BA in History/Political Science from Colorado College. Kelly has a background in grants management, fundraising, public speaking, and community relations. She previously worked as a Senior Policy Specialist with the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), where she managed an education policy portfolio including school leadership, rural education and governance. Kelly takes on an active role in the Steamboat Springs community serving as the Communications Advisory Committee Facilitator for the Steamboat Springs School District’s long-term planning initiative and as a Director with the UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center Foundation. Her favorite part of the Perry-Mansfield summer season is watching the students and faculty work through and share out new works during Perry-Mansfield Under The Stars. She also enjoys visiting with students and hearing about their experience over meals or while popping in on improve class, ballet warm ups and horseback riding.

About Perry-Mansfield: Founded in 1913 by Charlotte Perry and Portia Mansfield, Perry-Mansfield is the oldest continuously operating performing arts camp in the country that attracts 250 students (ages 8 to 21) from across the country and showcases twenty performances each summer. With the nation’s best faculty, staff and students, Perry-Mansfield is the place where innovation and imagination are expressed in theatre, dance, musical theatre, and creative writing. The 76 acre campus is located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, 150 miles northwest of Denver. Friends of Perry-Mansfield is a 501(c)3 nonprofit.

Kelly Latterman
Friends of Perry-Mansfield
(970) 879-7125