Administrative Staff

Molly Lloyd
Executive Director

Molly brings over 20 years of experience in business and mission-driven organizations. She has an extensive background in financial services marketing and product management including seven years as a Vice President for Wells Fargo and stints with American Express and Visa International. Her non-profit background has been focused on youth and education with experience with both direct service and policy. Ms. Lloyd holds an MBA from Yale University’s School of Management and a BA from Brown University.

Alice Del Simone
Program Administrator

Alice joined the Piedmont East Bay Children's Choir in 1999 when a friend encouraged her to attend an audition. Alice joined Girls Beginning and has not stopped singing since! She is overjoyed to be able to help other PEBCC singers have the same amazing experiences she did during her 12 years singing with the choir. Alice received a B.A. in Vocal Performance and a B.S. in Plant Science from the University of California, Davis.  She is excited to serves as PEBCC Program Administrator after working in the past as the Ecco and GT1b Teaching Assistant, and as the Training Department Theory Assistant. Alice currently sings with several local ensembles, and is an avid gardener.

Adrienne Muller
Registrar and Donor Services Administrator

Adrienne is a Bay Area native bringing a background in event coordination, human resources, client relations and project management to her role at Piedmont Choirs. In addition, she was a professional musical theatre performer for over 15 years wearing "several more hats". Her well rounded and positive attitude combined with sharp organizational skills and a "think outside of the box" mentality intersect all aspects of the Piedmont Choirs. Adrienne holds a BA in Theatre Arts from San Jose State University and is also an avid Zumba instructor.​  She is very excited to join the team at Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir.

Heather Saulnier
Member Services

Heather is very excited to join the team at Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir as of January 2017. I come from a family rich in musical tradition from composers to teachers and performers. My past includes participating in honor choirs and bands in High School to being a part of a 60 person a cappella Choir in College. I have always held music close to my heart and believe in its many faceted benefits to our health and happiness.  My daughters love of singing brought me back to the beauty of choir. When searching for a place for her to grow musically, I chose (being a practical Mom) the closest program to our home. Much to my delight, I discovered the quality and dedication to the musical education of our youth that is Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir!

Stephanie Hartono O'Leary
Golden Gate Festival Program Manager

Stephanie is thrilled to be back with the Piedmont Choirs managing the 2018 Golden Gate Festival. An alumna of the choirs, Stephanie received degrees in musicology from Mills College and Indiana University. As both performer and scholar she believes strongly in the importance of music in our lives and has enjoyed working in support of music education in many roles including administrator, researcher, journalist and tutor. Stephanie started her choral career at the age of 5 and hasn’t stopped singing since! Currently she enjoys singing soprano with the women’s chamber choir, Voci and nightly lullabies to her baby boy.

Martin Hodge

Martin is originally from Durban, South Africa, Martin grew up in Metro Detroit with British Parents. He studied Business Administration and Spanish at Oakland Community College and then at Wayne State University where he also got his Masters Degree in Spanish Literature and Linguistics. During this time, he visited South America and also learned Portuguese. Martin moved to Oakland after a few visits with his long lost cousin who had emigrated from the United Kingdom as a child. While teaching Advanced English Grammar and the TOEFL Test at a language School in San Francisco, Martin began studying Accounting at UC Berkeley Extension. After graduating, Martin transitioned into the Accounting field and found his way to the Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir in the fall on 2015.  

While he was teaching at the language school, he became interested in Mandarin Chinese, which he now studies daily. Martin does not come without a musical background. He played tenor saxophone and studied music theory for his own enjoyment. When Martin attends PEBCC concerts, he really understands how much hard work goes into making a great performance. One of his favorite Chinese proverbs is directly linked to this appreciation:


“One minute on the stage is ten years’ effort off the stage”