Max McGrath-Riecke, Admissions Assistant

Max is a lifelong musician and native Oregonian who joined the Ethos team in 2015 as Admissions Assistant. Max has played violin since age 5, studying the Suzuki method at Marylhurst College, and later joined the Metropolitan Youth Symphony. Max’s more recent performance credits include winning the SF Drag King Competition, touring and recording with Chris Pureka, writing and producing Homomentum the Musical, and creating and performing with the Turnback Boyz. Max has a BA in Gender Studies, a Masters Degree in Business, and extensive experience in non-profit management, customer service and event productions.


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