Aylin Green is currently the Development Associate at Grounds For Sculpture, where she has worked over the last ten years in various capacities from Education and Volunteer Services Manager to workshop instructor. With a BFA from Mason Gross at Rutgers University and a MA of Ed from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, Aylin balances her work for the museum with active artmaking and teaching practices of her own. She is currently enrolled in LaSalle University’s Non-profit Management Certificate program.
Grace visited GFS for the first time in August of 2004. She found the ground, the many styles of sculptures, and the creativities of sculptors fascinating. She decided to become a volunteer and be a part of this intimate environment right at that visit. Three months later she started to work at the information desk. She conducted her first tour in May of 2005. By training, Grace is a chemist. She had worked 23 years in chemical industry before her retirement. She is grateful to have the volunteer opportunity at GFS to learn about sculptures, meet people from all walks of life, and make small contributions to the growth of GFS. In her retirement, Grace also enjoys travel, photography, and reading.
Bob Levine is a volunteer docent at Grounds for Sculpture. With a background in computers, he taught college Computer Science in NJ for 10 years. He then spent the next 20 or so years as a self-employed training consultant, developing and teaching training courses for various companies. Bob is retired and lives in Monroe Township, NJ, with his wife Lynn.