“The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra has announced that it has hired Micayla Bellamy to fill the role of managing director,” writes Tamara Markard in Monday’s (6/27) Greeley Tribune (CO). “Bellamy will help support the organization by creating, managing and implementing GPO programs including special events, concert, fundraisers and community programs, explained a press release…. The managing director will also serve as a liaison between the GPO and the Greeley Philharmonic Guild, assisting with promotion and implementation of events associated with the orchestra…. Before accepting the position, Bellamy taught music and life skills courses to middle and high school students in Evergreen…. Bellamy partnered with students and organizations to create art-based projects such as performances, fundraisers and community events. Bellamy also served as an intern for the 2021 Greeley Multicultural Festival. During her internship, she assisted in organizing the event as well as the fall festival’s collaborative performances. Bellamy attended the University of Northern Colorado where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Music Education. She then went on to Colorado State University where she completed a Master of Arts Leadership and Cultural Management degree.” Nick Kenny is CEO of the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, and Lowell Graham is music director.