Neighborhood Performance Project leadership team
Adam is an avid chamber violinist and a professional campaign director. Adam helped launch Classical Revolution in 2006 and has organized and performed in dozens of chamber performances throughout the Bay Area. Adam is the California Director for Food & Water Watch, a national public-interest non-profit organization working to protect advance our right to clean water and safe food.
Aldo has always had a deep appreciation for the finer things in life; architecture, art, and people. After serving as a consultant to a number of national and international arts organizations—including the National Gallery of Canada, the San Francisco Opera, New York City’s Carnegie Hall, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic—Aldo decided to pursue his career as a real estate professional in 2002. Now working for Vanguard Real Estate, Aldo Carobene specializes in the San Francisco residential market offering his clients extensive knowledge, experience and relationships in the local real estate community.
Camellia Rodriguez-SackByrne has a background in program management, philanthropic initiatives, and relationship-building across networks. She leads alumni engagement work at the Global Brain Health Institute out of U.C. San Francisco, and previously held positions at philanthropic and nonprofits organizations advancing human rights and social justice efforts. Camellia is also a classically-trained flutist who performs at Congregation Ner Tamid and at St. Dominic’s Catholic Church in San Francisco. She plays frequently as a soloist and in ensembles at senior centers and hospitals and has designed and led music programs for seniors. She has twice served as a San Francisco Arts Commission grants panelist. Camellia holds a master's degree from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree from Stanford University.
Marco, a native San Franciscan, holds a degree in technical writing with a focus in instructional design from SF State. Marco, is a technical writer for Wells Fargo, is a chamber music enthusiast, and is point on the technical needs of Neighborhood Performance Project.