Brad Griffith – President and Founder of Clement Arts
Brad Griffith launched Clement Arts in 2012 as a means for artists, musicians, and writers to use their gifts to the glory of God and for the care of orphans. His family also pursues this cause through providing foster care to children. Brad practices writing in many forms — whether songs, poems, or blogs. He lives in Salem, AL with his wife and three children, the youngest of whom was adopted from foster care. www.needfulseeds.blogspot.com
Edith Moyana – Board Member
Edith Moyana was born and raised in Birmingham, AL. She is a member of CrossPointe church where she serves with children’s ministry and on the praise team. She is married to her wonderful husband, Reuben, and is mother to two beautiful little girls, Joy and Jaida. A veterinarian by profession yet presently a full time homeschooling mom; in her free time Edith enjoys singing, tennis, volunteering in ministry and spending time with her family.
Laura Cardin – Board Member
Laura Cardin joined Clement Arts Board of Directors in 2016. Having grown up in Smiths Station she now lives in Midland with her husband, Colby, and children, Sarah Beth (15) and Logan (12). Laura enjoys cooking, reading, traveling, and anything artistic. With more than 15 years experience with non-profit organizations, Laura hopes to contribute this understanding as a gift to Clement Arts. She and her family are members at Pierce Chapel United Methodist Church.
Matt Prielozny – Board Member
Matt Prielozny was born and raised in Columbus, GA, and now resides here with his wife, Ashtyn. They have one daughter, Reese, and have recently become approved foster parents in Muscogee County. Matt works at Synovus Bank as a Commercial Real Estate Banker, and serves and attends CrossPointe Church.
Joni Marie Patterson – Program Director
Joni Marie Patterson served with Clement Arts as an intern in 2016, and joined as the Program Director in 2018 after graduating from the University of Georgia. Joni Marie is originally from Griffin, GA, and has called Columbus home since 2014. Joni Marie enjoys spending time with family, traveling, reading, and anything involving the arts. She loves that the Lord has connected her love for the arts with His love for orphans.