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Executive Director

Kimberly Rose has over 30 years of experience in the not-for-profit sector.  She earned a Bachelors Degree from Arcadia University and has a diverse background in social services working with individuals who have developmental disabilities, mental illness, experiencing homelessness and most recently working with children who experienced abuse/neglect or significant trauma in their lives.  Kim was hired in November 2021 by Positive Energy.  Post Covid, Kim hopes to re-engage Positive Energy in the schools and  community by providing the children of the York Community a greater exposure to the arts.

Co-Founder & Artistic Director

Thomas K. Flagg  is a lifetime arts advocate and professional dance manager and producer.

In partnership with William Shipley III Positive Energy arts was founded in Harrisburg 10 years ago and now flourishes in York Pennsylvania TKFlagg has worked professionally in concert and commercial dance. Producing his first success at the young age of 22 presenting Paris based,  Calck Hook Dance Theater at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in Becket, Massachusetts.

Most recently TKFlagg was honored at the Giuditta Pasta Academy of Music and Dance in Como Italy other international credits include:

Chairman of the Board of Advisors for Springboard Montreal, Montreal Canada, Honored judge for the European Dance Championships Zagreb Croatia and panelist at the World Cultural Summit Abu Dhabi, UAE and lead judge for The World Chapionship of Performing Arts, Johannesburg South Africa.

While working internationally, Flagg also maintained offices in New York and Los Angeles for his company Terpsichore Management and Entertainment,  managing concert and commercial dancers dancers and choreographers 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.

Changing lives through the arts.

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