A fascinating fusion of movement, music, text, video, costumes and lighting... [Future of Memory] successfully created a surreal world of vivid memories that became blurred, distorted, dramatized or destroyed. – Cleveland Plain Dealer, reviewing Future of Memory



Katherine Longstreth, President

(joined board 2010)

Katherine Longstreth is a dance maker who grew up and lived in NYC for most of her life.  This year she moved to beautiful Portland with her family.  In NYC she served on the boards of The Field and the Brooklyn Arts Exchange and here in Portland is delighted to join Troika Ranch's board of directors.


Tina Zeeberg, Vice President

(joined board (2010)

Tina Zeeberg is a nurse by profession, mom of a teenager out of love and a dance enthusiast by interest. She is into ecstatic dance, dance parties, dancing in her living room and loves watching dance on stage. She enjoys volunteering for White Bird Dance Management Company on her forth season. She is an outgoing gal by nature, who can't help but network and community build. Tina is pleased to be on the board of directors for Troika Ranch and happy to do what she can to help the company flourish in Portland and beyond.


Mary Coniglio, Treasurer

(joined board 2010)

Mary is the Associate Alumni Director for Portland State University (PSU) where she serves as fiscal manager for the Alumni Association, a 501 (c) 3 organization. She has 20-plus years experience in advancement including event planning, volunteer engagement, media relations and fundraising including her work as Annual Fund Director for Oregon Ballet Theatre in the early 90s. She has held her post at PSU, OregonÕs largest university, for 11 years and works closely with the AssociationÕs Board of Directors to engender alumni support and advance the university locally, nationally and throughout the world.


Dawn Stoppiello, Secretary
(joined board 1994)

Troika Ranch director and co-founder.


Mark Coniglio
(joined board 1994)
Troika Ranch co-founder.


Lauren Daniluk, Public Relations
(joined board 1999)

Lauren Daniluk is currently an arts consultant. Most recently, she was the Executive Director for Armitage Gone! Dance and before that was the Director of Marketing and Public Relations at The New 42nd Street. She began her career at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.