heARTS Leadership Team
The heARTS team has many people working diligently to promote visual and fine arts in schools and organizations around the world!
Marketing and Web Development Director
Brent Comstock began his business endeavors at an early age - 12 to be exact. Brent first began designing and coding websites in high school. He developed a passion for building websites and began taking on clients. Now, with over 90 clients nationwide, Brent is leading the bCom Solutions team into an international market!
Brent oversees the business direction at bCom Solutions, as well as business development and corporate marketing. He has served on the board of directors for a variety of state and nationally known foundations. Brent was actively involved in Future Business Leaders of America, where he served as the state and national vice president. He currently served on the March of Dimes National Youth Council.
Brent attended HOBY WLC, where he helped Virginia develop the original idea for heARTS.
Joseph is a 17 year old senior at the School for Creative and Performing Arts at Lafayette High School in Lexington, KY. In addition to creating amazing artwork and logos, Joseph also plays the saxophone, sings in both the Madrigal Singers at Lafayette and Starlight Singers at Lexington Children’s Theater, and has been known to perform as an actor and singer in any number of musical theater productions.
National Projects Manager
Hannah Hetzel-Ebben is currently a sophomore vocal major at the School for the Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA) at Lafayette High School in Lexington, KY. As National Projects Manager, Hetzel-Ebben will assist in identifying school and programs who could benefit from the services heARTS provides, help develop and implement special projects, and serve as a liaison between the organization and the communities in which heARTS operates.
Hetzel-Ebben has a strong love for the arts and has appeared in numerous theatrical productions in her hometown of Lexington, KY. She is excited to be able to bring the same magical feeling of being on stage, or playing an instrument, or painting a picture to children who might not otherwise have a chance to do so. She is looking forward to helping keep the arts in our schools and in the lives of children.