New officers join board of the Visible School
By Crissy Lintner
On June 4th, 2010 Memphis-based Visible School, a music and worship arts college, announced four new officers for its 2010-2011 board of directors: chairman of the board Mark Giannini, chief executive officer of Service Assurance; vice-chairman Malcolm Bundy, chief executive officer of Evergreen Packaging; treasurer John Hirt, managing director of Morgan Keegan; and secretary Geordy Wells, vice-president of Signature Advertising.
“Each of these new officers has been involved with Visible School in some way over the past few years,” said Ken Steorts, founder and president of Visible School. “Whether as volunteers or as part of the board of directors, each has shown a great willingness to serve and to help guide our college. We’re looking forward to their leadership as we continue our Into the City capital campaign and enter this exciting time of transition for Visible School.”
Visible School is the vision of Ken Steorts. Started in 2000, Visible School is an independent music and worship arts college enrolling more than 100 students per year. Currently located in the Cooper-Young district, Visible School educates students interested in careers as musicians, technicians, music business professionals and music ministers. Offering a three-year bachelor’s degree and a one-year certificate program, the college offers an integrated, holistic, academic, and community-based degree that is rooted in Christian beliefs. In 2001, Visible School founded Visible Media Group, a nonprofit music production and artist development company.