We are excited to announce two new Board Members to the WLF… Evan Antal and Robert Paul Volosevich Jr!!
Evan first saw Twiddle play in the showcase lounge in 2006, opening for the Breakfast (with Adrian on drums!). Evan worked as Twiddle’s Lighting Director starting in 2015, and continues to fill in occasionally when Herm is not able to make it. In 2018, Evan moved away from working full-time as a lighting designer and now works as an attorney in Vermont. He was recently appointed to serve as defense counsel for a local drug treatment court. Evan is no stranger to the White Light Foundation. In 2019, Evan was an integral part of producing the Castleton scholarship fundraising shows at the Paramount Theater in Rutland, VT. Evan believes wholeheartedly in the power that music has to channel tangible positive change into the world, and very much looks forward to serving on the board of the White Light Foundation to that end.
Robert Paul Volosevich, Jr. is a founding partner of The Robert Paul Group, Inc.. He works with national and international clients to build comprehensive, strategically focused events that are both informative and entertaining. Volosevich has expertise in stagecraft and logistics, facilitating high-level conferences and implementing large scale organizational roll outs with a demonstrated ability to produce such events with tight time tables, while creating lasting memories and re-enforcing desired messaging through earned media.
Robert has also worked on the campaign trail serving as national advance manager and producer for Bernie 2016 & Bernie 2020 presidential campaign effort. Robert got his start in live events at an early age working for the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees of Boston, Local 11. Most recently, Volosevich was named Manager of Events and Grassroots Outreach for a leading cannabis dispensary in Massachusetts, Solar Cannabis Co.
Volosevich holds a B.A. in Politics and History with a Minor in Communications from Curry College in Milton, MA. He is a proud native of South Boston, MA. And currently resides on Cape Cod, Falmouth, MA.
The mission of the WLF [“built on a common bond of music and founded on the principles of community, love, and generosity”] resonates with him on a deeply personal level. When thinking about the chance to serve on WLF’s board, Volosevich said, “I look forward to building strategic partnerships and continuing to build on this incredible legacy which has already contributed so much to the Twiddle community and broader society”