Felicia Begay (Navajo) is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and currently a student at Fort Lewis College, majoring in Early Childhood Education. She comes from New Mexico and has worked with youth of all ages from being a substitute and teacher’s assistant to an experiential educator for the National Indian Youth Leadership Project. She in now a full time program assistant for Club Venture and lives in Durango.
Tony was born and raised in Chicago and moved to Durango in 1981. His career spans over 27 years in broadcast television, radio, film, corporate training, live theater, and group facilitation. His clients include family businesses, state governments, and Fortune 500 companies such as CBS, ABC, ESPN, and BBC. Since 1996, Tony has taught video production classes at the high school and college level and has been accredited by the Colorado State Board of Community Colleges in Career and Technical Education for Radio and Television Broadcasting. Tony has also been honored with multiple National and Colorado programming awards. In his free time, Tony is an avid fisherman and boater. He also enjoys exploring the natural beauty and history of the Four Corners area.