119 – Kayia Baker on Stewardship as a Non-Profit Music School Director

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Summary

Today I have the privilege of interviewing Kayia Baker, the director of a non-profit music school from my own city – St. Louis!

In this interview we talk about how the program launched to 45 students in one location to now serving over 250 students in three different neighborhoods, we talk about what it takes to fund a program that provides free lessons to students while also paying teachers, and we talk about how the program is being modified to make an even greater impact and serve more students.

Resources

Pianos for People | Living St. Louis

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Connect with Kayia

Website:  www.pianosforpeople.org 

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