Tina Carchia is a very versatile instructor and has been teaching art classes at Master the Possibilities for the past ten years. She is a self-taught Artist / Instructor specializing in the beginner & intermediate levels in Watercolors, Acrylics, Oils and Reverse Glass Painting. Tina is a Member of T.E.A.M.

Sandy Carey is one of the facilitators of the 'Keeping Current on Events' group at Master the Possbilities.

Michael Carter has taught college level history courses for 42 years at the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston. He is a member in the New England Historical Association, the American Historical Society and the Civil War Educational Association. He has also lectured at assisted living residences in Massachusetts for more than ten years.

Nick Castaneda has created a unique style of Latin Jazz by combining the influences of American Jazz with Latin rhythms, R & B and Flamenco.

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Ray Cech has a B.S. from Pace University in New York and an M.B.A from the University of San Francisco. He was president of Dunhill Executive Search and senior manager at Xerox Corporation. His writing and photography experience includes Triathlon Today, California Yacht Club, The Wall Street Journal, and The Dunhill News.

Leroy Chandler's long-range plan always involved contributing to the betterment of his community.

Danny Childress is the Safety Officer for Colenbuilt, Inc. In addition to his duties, Danny is an instructor for a number of safety and health courses.

Although teaching is Mr. Ciotti's second career, it was always his first love. He has taught history, reading, drama, and dance to middle-school students in New York and Florida.

Gregory R. (Greg) Clements is the Chief of the Strategic Implementation Office, in the Exploration Research and Technology Programs Directorate at the John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida.

Kim has a B.S. in Environmental Science and an M.S. in Soil and Water Science from the University of Florida, and over twenty years of experience working to improve water quality around the state of Florida.

Jerry Colen is married and has three adult children and eight grandchildren. Jerry graduated from Ohio State University then earned his JD from University of Texas School of Law. He has practiced in the state of Florida for 50+ years specializing in real estate, simple and complex estate and financial planning, wills, probate, trust administration and elder law.

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Robert Colen received a B.A. from American University and an M.B.A from the University of Florida. He is the Director of Sholom Park, and is on the Park Board of Directors for the Horticltural Arts and Parks Institute.

Dee Collier is a former elementary school teacher who loves drama and history. The combination of those skills and interests meld perfectly to create authentic historical characterizations.

Jennifer M. Collins is associate professor in the School of Geosciences at the University of South Florida. Her research focuses on weather and climate.In addition to her hurricane work, Dr. Collins works in other areas related to weather, climate and hazards. She works closely on projects with the National Weather Service involving tornadoes and fog.

Lee Collins has many years of home maintenance experience. He has previously worked at Home Depot for 14 years in both the lumber and electrical departments. He has also spent the last 8 years working in the maintenance department for On Top of The World Communities.

Emmett Coyne has a M.A. degree in African-American Studies from Boston University. He taught African-American Studies at St. Mary's University in Baltimore and at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Dr. Ryan T. Cragun is a husband, father, and sociologist of worldviews (in order of importance). The focus of his scholarship is Mormonism and nonreligion. His research has been published in a variety of academic journals, like: Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Sociology of Religion, and the Social Science and Medicine.

Mark Croft seeks to support, educate, counsel, and provide resource information for caregivers. As a Florida Certified Long Term Care Ombudsman he investigates complaints and advocates for residents in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities and Adult Family care Homes. His training includes University of Maryland and St Stephens Chaplaincy Service, dementia and hospice training.