For over ten years, Amy Costa has been a noteworthy leader in the nonprofit space. Before her current role at Positive Energy Arts Foundation, Amy was Executive Director for Sunbeam Station. She specializes in non-profit compliance, strategic planning, and expansion.
Amy holds a dual B.S. degree in Elementary and Early Childhood Education from Millersville University and a PA Director’s Credential from the Department of Education. Amid the pandemic, she sought ways to expand her knowledge and organization by earning a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion certificate from USF Muma College of Business. Most recently, Amy graduated from Eastern University with her MBA in Organizational Management.
Music and the Arts have held a significant spot in her life. Mrs. Costa is the daughter of two distinguished Music Educators and is a professional classical vocalist herself. She lives in York with her husband Mark and their two young girls, Lila and Grace.
Thomas K. Flagg
Thomas K. Flagg, a lifelong arts advocate, professional dance manager and producer, Thomas K. Flagg worked in both concert and commercial dance with some of the world’s greatest dance companies. He is passionate about Positive Energy Arts’ mission to teach and inspire the next generation. “changing Lives through the arts”. In partnership with William Shipley III, TKFlagg co-founded Positive Energy Arts in Harrisburg in 2012 and now flourishes in York County, PA.
Most importantly, the passion of teaching and inspiring the next generation is seminal to TKFlagg’s personal mission with Positive Energy Arts representing the best of the community and in-school dance education.
Destiny Magg'ett is excited to be in her new role as Program Manager for Positive Energy Arts’. She is working with the in-school dance arts education program Dance in the Gym (DIG). A local Community leader and resident of York, PA. Destiny believes in maximizing Positive Energy Arts mission to enrich, engage and inspire the community by providing arts and wellness programs that support initiatives that strengthen the overall social, cognitive and behavioral performance of our youth. You may know her from her work as Project Workforce Manager at the PA PUA Agency in Harrisburg, PA, but Destiny can also be credited with contributions to our local Junior Achievement Non-Profit as a volunteer financial literacy coach for youth.