Meet the 2020 Administrative Tour Team Leaders

Chris K. Alumni, Members, News, Staff

The Madison Scouts are pleased to announce the Administrative Leadership Touring Team for the 2020 season. The administrative team prioritizes health, safety & wellness, and the student experience by supporting student-led culture building, leadership, and the efforts of our World Class faculty. The team includes::

David Lofy, Corps Director

Tina Jameson, Financial Manager & Volunteer Relations
Greg Mizak, Operations Director
Anna Quenemoen, Corps Manager
Alicia Villanueva, Corps Manager


David Lofy, Corps Director

David began his service on the Madison Scouts administrative team in 2017. As corps director he collaborates with the Educational Director, Program Coordinator, and Admin Team to ensure a mission-centered student, faculty, management, and volunteer experience.

David performed with the Scouts from 2012-14 as a baritone player and drum major, and participated in the Macy’s (2014) and Mardi Gras (2018) parades as an alumnus. Prior to his return to the Madison Scouts, he served on the Oregon Crusaders brass educational team from 2015-16.

David received his Bachelor’s of Music Education from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Music Education at the University of Illinois. There he serves as a graduate teaching assistant to Illinois Bands. David resides in Champaign, IL, with Catherine, his wife.

Tina Jameson, Financial Manager & Volunteer Relations

Tina began her involvement in the drum corps activity in 2007 with the Glassmen (Toledo, OH) where her son marched for 5 years.  Although she volunteered in various areas, her main role was as the Food Service Coordinator. In 2013, Tina assumed the role of Food Operations Manager for the Madison Scouts, where she has served the last 7 years. 

Her time with the Scouts and its operations coupled with her background as an accountant is an ideal convergence of skill and experience to help facilitate this new role moving forward.  Although she will miss being in the food truck all day, every day, Tina is very much looking forward to the new role and responsibilities.

Outside of drum corps, Tina works as a Concessions Operations Manager during the PGA Memorial Tournament as well as a volunteer with the Dublin Music Boosters.  More recently she has tried her hand at various home improvement projects. She received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Accounting from The Ohio State University.  She resides in Dublin, Ohio with her family.

Greg Mizak, Operations Director

Continuing a deep family tradition of performance in Drum Corps International, Greg’s journey through the activity began in 2012 with the Glassmen (Toledo, OH). He joined ranks with the Madison Scouts in 2013 and has been serving the organization in multiple capacities ever since. Largely devoted to the maturation of the Madison Scouts experience, Greg is eager to support the development of character and strengthening of individual abilities within the administrative team, instructional faculty, and performing membership. He will primarily oversee the daily operations of the corps.

Outside of DCI, Greg maintains his practice as an artist and educator, often working in association with small school performance groups and athletic programs based in northwestern Pennsylvania and central New York. He received degrees in design, photography, and art history from Edinboro University and is currently attending Syracuse University as a graduate student in the College of Visual and Performing Arts.

Anna Quenemoen, Corps Manager

Anna Quenemoen marched five years as a Drum Major at the Oregon Crusaders (2013-17) before working on the administrative team at the Seattle Cascades in 2018. She was recognized for her service and leadership at OC by being awarded both “Crusader of the Year” in 2016 and the “World Class Award” in 2017. Her time at the Seattle Cascades was spent as an Administrative and Tour Assistant where she worked during the pre-season as well as on the road with the corps. In addition to her administrative experience, Anna also coaches leadership and drum major teams around the Northwest to develop leadership and conducting skills. 

Anna recently graduated from the University of Washington with her M.Ed in Special Education. Prior to this she earned her bachelor’s in Elementary Education and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. She currently works for Portland Public Schools teaching special education. After learning from and working alongside many instructors and alumni from the Madison Scouts, Anna is excited to join a group dedicated to excellence and character.

Alicia Villanueva, Corps Manager

Alicia Villanueva has been involved in Drum Corps International for the past five years. Beginning as head drum major for the open class corps, Guardians DBC (2015-16), her leadership experiences gave her great insight into what it means to provide corps with a positive member experience. Following her student membership, she served the corps as Tour Director (2017-19). In 2018, she assumed the role of Assistant Corps Director. During this time she oversaw all summer housing sites, daily logistics and directed the daily member experience through nightly corps meetings. In the summer of 2018 she represented the corps at their record breaking Open Class finals night.

Through her involvement as both a performer and administrative director, Alicia understands the value and importance of fostering culture and creating a positive and enriching member experience. She is honored to join the Madison Scouts family and to serve a historical and incredible organization. Alicia is a central Texas native and currently resides and works in Austin, Texas as an associate middle school band director.