Board of Directors
David Cutler, DMA
Speaker, author, consultant, and facilitator David Cutler is known for leading immersive “innovation GAMEs.” These powerful, team-based experiences have empowered business, arts, and education communities from around the globe to solve creative challenges while becoming better collaborators.
He is also an award-winning, multi-genre musician and Yamaha Master Educator. Dr. Cutler is a Distinguished Professor at University of South Carolina, where he teaches innovation and entrepreneurship, and a member of the Liberty Fellowship and Aspen Global Leadership Network. In academic year 2022-23, he will serve as interim Dean of the School of Music at DePauw University (Greencastle, IN).
Ann B. Wilson, DMA
Ann Wilson is an instructor of piano performance, piano pedagogy and music theory.
A frequent lecturer, curriculum author, masterclass clinician, and adjudicator for piano competitions throughout the southeast, Dr. Wilson has been named a Steinway Top Teacher and was honored as Teacher of the Year in 2017 by SC Music Teachers Association. She is currently State Festival Chairman of SC Piano Festival Association and Coordinator of the SC MTNA Junior Piano Division Competition.
Dr. Wilson holds degrees in piano and piano pedagogy from the University of South Carolina where, as an assistant to Max Camp, she taught piano and piano pedagogy. Her principal professors were Bong Hi Kim, Max Camp and Charles Fugo.
Harry O. Wilson
Harry Wilson is Senior Account Services Representative with The Cason Group, an insurance brokerage firm, in Columbia, SC.
Prior to joining The Cason Group, Mr. Wilson, a graduate of the SC School of Banking and LSU Graduate School of Banking, was engaged in banking as a business development officer.
Additional collegiate studies in vocal performance at Converse College and the University of SC led to more than 40 years as an active soloist and in positions of leadership in church music.
Mr. Wilson has served on the board of directors of Harvest Hope Food Bank, Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties, Lupas Foundation, and Lake Murray Symphony Orchestra.