Cheryl is a mother of 3 girls and has been married for 19 years. Prior to becoming a full-time mom, she was an educator in the North Texas area for over 10 years. During that time, she worked with elementary and middle school students and served as a history department chair. She was educated at Southern Methodist Universitywith Bachelors degrees in French, Political Science and Education. Cheryl became involved with NTPA when her middle daughter discovered her love for the stage. She takes her experience as an educator to serve on the NTPA Academy Board, endeavoring to encourage students to reach their full potential on and off the stage.
Wendy ZeiglerFinance Director
Wendy is a stay at home mom that has been married for 16 years and has two children, a son and daughter. Her daughter Kendall is the reason for getting involved with NTPA and is an Inaugural student of the NTPA academy! Wendy and Kendall have been active since October of 2017 and been going nonstop since. Wendy joined the Academy board because she wants to give others the experience she has had with NTPA. She wants to help parents transition easily from public school to online schooling for the Academy. Her love for the theater and everyone there is so great that Wendy wants to be able to give that to so many others!
Reba has worked in the Telecommunications Industry for more than 20 years as an Network Engineer and Area Manager. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from University of Phoenix in Business Administration. Reb’s family joined the NTPA family just before the grand opening at Willow Bend when their daughter, Breahna “Bre” Jackson, attended her first Thanksgiving camp. Bre fell in love and joined the homeschool production family shortly thereafter. From there they became a part of developing and implementing the NTPA Academy/Conservatory where their 10 year old daughter became part of the 2018 Inaugural Class.
Laura Meilinger was introduced to the NTPA Academy in its inaugural year when her daughter joined. Watching my daughters confidence and passion for theatre grow exponentially after just one year in the Academy, sparked my interest in serving as a volunteer. When not being a “theatre mom”, She works as a child advocate with CASA of Denton County.
Roxy Price has been a registered operating room nurse for over twenty years. She is married to her high school sweetheart and together they have two sons. Her youngest son is a member of the inaugural class of the NTPA conservatory and a student in the NTPA academy. Roxy enjoys volunteering for various positions in productions and serves on academy board committees.