Statera Welcomes Marti Gobel to the Advisory Board

Statera Foundation announced today that Marti Gobel will join the Statera Team as a member of the Advisory Board. Marti is an actor, director, and teaching artist. Originally from San Diego, CA, Marti now resides in Milwaukee, WI. She currently serves as Educational Coordinator for Renaissance Theatreworks, Milwaukee’s only women-founded, women-run professional theater company dedicated to improving gender parity. 

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Ms. Gobel earned her BA in Performance Theatre (Philosophy, minor) from UW Whitewater and completed an Acting Internship at Milwaukee Repertory Theatre (2008-2009). Marti has served as a lead teacher at FirstStage Theatre Academy in Milwaukee as well as a lead teacher and program designer for UPROOTED Theatre's education department. A JF Kennedy Center trained teaching artist, Marti also serves as adjunct professor at Marquette University. Marti actively engages in public speaking opportunities and advocacy campaigns to encourage diversity in the arts. 

To learn more about Statera's Executive Team, Advisory Board, and Program Directors, please visit: www.staterafoundation.org/team.

Nick Narcisi and Marti Gobel perform in Renaissance Theaterworks recent production of "Sex With Strangers." (Photo: Ross E. Zentner)

Nick Narcisi and Marti Gobel perform in Renaissance Theaterworks recent production of "Sex With Strangers." (Photo: Ross E. Zentner)

Marti Gobel in Next Act Theatre's “No Child.” (Photo by Timothy Moder)

Marti Gobel in Next Act Theatre's “No Child.” (Photo by Timothy Moder)

Marti Gobel and James T. Alfred (foreground) and Greta Wohlrabe and Gerard Neugent (background) in Milwaukee Rep's "Clybourne Park".

Marti Gobel and James T. Alfred (foreground) and Greta Wohlrabe and Gerard Neugent (background) in Milwaukee Rep's "Clybourne Park".

Marti Gobel in "Twilight: Los Angeles" at Next Act Theatre. (Photo by Ross Zentner)

Marti Gobel in "Twilight: Los Angeles" at Next Act Theatre. (Photo by Ross Zentner)