Joe Greeley was born in Portland and raised in the area. Joe has worked in the field of disabilities since 1978. He started in Boston during the deinstitutionalization movement and he worked at Pineland Center from 1980-1996. Joe worked on a community-based Crisis Team for Dept of Behavioral & Developmental Services with the State of Maine from 1997- 2008. He is married with 5 children and 6 grandchildren. Joe enjoys gardening, hiking, fishing, canoeing, camping, music, and volunteering, as well as working with recycled wood, rope, and metal. Joe has also traveled to several US states, Europe, South America, and the Carribean.
Since first hearing of the Bomb Diggity Arts program, Katy Park has been a huge fan. She is so inspired by the artists who attend and is so grateful to be a part of what Bomb Diggity’s got going on. Katy is a licensed social worker and has 6 years of case management experience. She is committed to creating contexts that support all aspects of each individual’s goals and hopes. Katy is yoga teacher certified and up for most any adventure. She also loves being a mom, which reminds her to cultivate playfulness, flexibility, and patience. In addition to yoga, she loves to be outside, surfing, biking, hiking, swimming, and taking lots of pictures. She also enjoys good books, writing, and hanging out in coffee shops.
When Mandy Morrish first visited the Bomb Diggity Arts Program back in 2010, she found what she’d always been looking for — peers who could relate to her obsession over the Free Willy theme song. Mandy is an alum of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and a multimedia volunteer at the Telling Room. Mandy works with artists at Bomb Diggity to develop multimedia projects and new episodes of TV SHOW
Lindsay loves Bomb Diggity!! She has been here since it all started. Lindsay enjoys all aspects of programming (cooking/baking, art, and gardening). She received an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies from Alfred University and a Masters degree from the University of New Hampshire in Therapeutic Recreation. Lindsay’s first experience working with people with disabilities was during an Americorps volunteer year in Utah at an organization called Common Ground Outdoor Adventures. She took people of all abilities white water rafting, dogsledding, skiing, camping at the Grand Canyon, hiking, and much more and was inspired to continue in this field for her life work. In her free time, Lindsay likes to surf, cook, spend time with her friends, and make silly tshirts.