MADCO Board Of Directors
Ken serves as the owner and Marketing Solution Architect for Changescape Web, which he founded in 2005. Changescape Web is a Digital Marketing and Website Design Agency specializing in comprehensive integrated marketing strategies and campaigns for small and mid-sized businesses. Specialties include search engine optimization, website design, reputation management, social media marketing, lead generation, and marketing automation. He has several marketing certifications, and was an adjunct professor at the St Charles Community College where he taught one of the first social media marketing classes in the United States for college credit.
He has written several books available on Amazon on reputation management, social media, and content marketing. He served as Co-Chair of the St. Charles County Chambers of Commerce Technology Committee, and also served on the Board of Directors for the Greater St. Charles County Chamber and the Cottleville-Weldon Spring Chamber.
He has a BA in Philosophy and an Master of Public Administration from Missouri State, where he also served as a graduate assistant in the Student Activities Department. Prior to starting Changescape Web, he served as Vice President of Solutions for Rose International.
Tricia is an Associate Professor of Dance at Lindenwood University, where she teaches mostly contemporary and jazz techniques, dance history, dance & technology, and dance science courses. She earned a Master of Science in Kinesiology and a Master of Fine Arts in Dance, with a concentration in choreography, from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Zweier performed with Leverage Dance Theater, The Atlantic City Ballet and Flatlands Dance Theatre, as well as international tours in the cruise line industry as a lead dancer and dance captain. Other performance credits include the works of Hanya Holm, Merce Cunningham, Martha Graham, Sean Curran, Mark Dendy, and Nejla Yatkin.
Her recent creative works seek to embody historical people, places, and events in an effort to bring underrepresented, forgotten, or misinterpreted historical narratives to the dancing body. These works have been showcased in national festivals including The Boston Contemporary Dance Festival and The Detroit Dance City Festival. She has also been commissioned to create original work for The Center for Contemporary Dance Pre-professional Student Intensive (Orlando, FL), The College of Lake County (Grayslake, IL), and Texas Tech University (Lubbock, TX), amongst others. Zweier’s scholarly research focuses on integrating kinesiology with dance to promote healthy training practices. She regularly presents her research at conferences including The National Dance Education Organization, The Missouri Dance Organization, The International Association for Dance Medicine and Science, and serves as the Operations Coordinator for The Dance Science and Somatics Educators.
Brynn Palmer is a Senior Consultant at PowerHouse Consulting, specializing in Patient and Customer Experience Leadership Development and the processes and technologies that support them. She is
actively involved in the evolution of patient and customer care and has helped numerous industries elevate their Experience Programs to the next level.
Believing customers and patients should always be represented in the room, Brynn was designated a “Customer Champion” by 1 to 1 Magazine. She has shared her strategies for transforming Customer and
Patient Experience organizations as a speaker at national events, in various media, and as a key member of industry boards.
Prior to working with PowerHouse, Brynn served as Director of Independent Quality Assurance at Highpoint Global supporting the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), Brynn also held a series of
director leadership roles at Verint Systems, Charter Communications, and Maritz/Convergys Corporation where she championed programs to benefit customers. Her extensive multi-industry background has
enabled her to bring a fresh perspective to the ever-changing landscape of Patient and Customer Care.
Brynn is a graduate of the St. Louis CORO Women In Leadership Program (WIL), where she served as President of the WIL Alumnae Board and as a Board member of the CORO Leadership Center.
In addition to her leadership time at CORO and various community volunteer experiences, Brynn serves as a Commissioner for the St. Peters, MO Board of Adjustments, a Board Member of her neighborhood
association and as an Election Judge for St. Charles County MO.
A supporter of the Arts Community Brynn is also an avid gardener and outdoors person.
Glennetta Haymon, Esq. is a St. Louis native, and assists clients in St. Louis, St. Charles, and other surrounding areas with business, estate planning, entertainment, and contract issues. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri, Columbia, where she earned bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies. She obtained a degree in Law from Arizona Summit Law School and a master’s degree in Forensic Psychology.
Since embarking on her legal career, Glennetta has gained significant experience within various areas of the law. She served as a volunteer mediator for the Arizona Justice Courts as well as a legal secretary, paralegal, office manager, and attorney. Glennetta is a proud member of The Missouri Bar, Mound City Bar, Young Lawyers Division Member, Focus St. Louis-Emerging Leader Fall 2017 Graduate, St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts, American Association of Notaries, and Focus St. Louis-Emerging Leader Fall 2017.
Gino retired from Boeing in 2019. His professional specialties include Systems Engineering, Process Improvement, Change Management, and Workshop Facilitation. Gino holds several certificates in Process Analysis, Quality Improvement, Root Cause Analysis, Problem Solving and Lean / Six Sigma Process Improvement.
He has a BA in Business Management from Fontbonne University.
He served 6 Years in the U.S. Navy as an Electronics Technician where he served aboard the USS New Orleans, a helicopter carrier (LPH-11) out of San Diego, CA. He later served at NAS Alameda stationed at the naval airfield in the heart of San Francisco Bay.
Gino was born in San Francisco, and grew up in the turbulent and crazy 60s & 70s in SF and other areas of northern Calif. He relocated to St Louis after an honorable discharge from USN.
Gino devotes much of his time to enjoying retirement and helping others. He supports the STL Food Bank through various food distributions throughout the STL region. Supports Habitat for Humanity on the Site Selection Committee. He enjoys traveling the world, sailing on Carlyle Lake, golf, frisbee golf, hiking, and ballroom dancing with his fabulous wife Sandra. They have been married for 25+ wonderful years.