Board of Directors
Eric Ethier has been a Key City Creative Center Board Member since 2019.
He became Board President in December of 2023
With 35 years in retail, visual, marketing, and woodworking experience, Eric enjoys sharing his experience and knowledge.
A teacher, woodworker, and building owner, Tim Hitzler started Key City Creative Center in 2016 after three years of planning. He continues as a member of Key City Creative Center where he runs his small woodworking business: Dubuque Reclaimed Woodworks.
A retired Dubuque Community School District administrator and also previously Accessibility Services Coordinator at NICC, Sandi Beisker volunteered as KCCC Treasurer in November 2021.
She sews and has made more than 150 quilts. Her husband, David Olson, has been a member at KCCC since 2018. Together they travel, help their children with their home projects, and repurpose old furniture.
A Key City Creative Center Member since 2018, Brian Graham has served as Co-Executive Director for the organization since 2020.
He volunteers in local Cub Scout and Scout BSA units as well at the District and Council levels.
Brian enjoys camping and outdoor activities as well as making things out of wood and using the laser engraver.
A Key City Creative Center Member since 2019, Steve Graham joined the Board of Directors in Spring 2021.
In addition to working as a Product Engineering Clerk at Deere for 34 years, Steve served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve for more than 20 years.
He enjoys being a Scout leader and is part of the Camp C.S. Klaus staff.
Jordan Clemens joined the board in December 2022. He is a hobbyist and entrepreneur, who formerly owned a local upholstery shop.
He likes learning new crafts, as well as gaining knowledge from the experiences of other members.
When not working or at KCCC, Jordan enjoys spending time with his wife and 4 boys, as well as training for his pilot's license.
David Olson has been a member at KCCC since 2018. He joined the board in December of 2023. He has consulted the board and written grants for KCCC since 2021.