Green Bean Staff
Co-Founder of Green Bean Project Inc.
Executive Director, Blackstone Valley Education Foundation
Licensed MA Health Teacher
Certified Breathe for Change 200-Hour Yoga Instructor and Social-Emotional Facilitator
M.S. Professional Counseling, Mental Health & Substance Abuse
Joscelyn studied Children's Theater at Bates College, where where she received her B.A, and completed her thesis in Children's Playwrighting. She has taught various theater workshops, camps, as well as directed productions, including many from original works. She is first Watson Fellowship finalist recognized for children's theater and playwriting.
Clinical practice in the fields of Outpatient Substance Abuse, Mental Health, Crisis Adolescent, and Domestic Violence inform all of her arts classes and teachings.
Co-Founder of Green Bean Project
Certified Let Your Yoga Dance Instructor
The love of theater and the performing arts has always been a part of Kelli Deliso's life. Kelli trained as an actor, singer and dancer from age 4 through her college years at Boston Conservatory. Looking to share her passion for the arts, Kelli founded The Hampden Performing Arts Centre and has taught, directed, written and produced children's theater workshops and productions throughout New England. Kelli has choreographed numerous musicals and taught various forms and styles of dance for 30+ years. As a member of the Actor's Equity Association, Kelli has performed on professional stages throughout New England and in film and commercial work is currently enrolled in the Jacob's Pillow Curriculum In Motion Institute
Certified Yoga and Breathe for Change Social-Emotional Group Facilitator
Sutton Kindergarten teacher
Currently pursuing advanced psychology degree
Amy LeClaire, M.Ed.
Amy comes to the Green Bean Project with an extensive background in Education, Writing and
Dance. Her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education (Framingham State University) led
to several classroom teaching experiences early in her career. She furthered her education at
Lesley University, attaining a Master of Science degree in Education (Curriculum and Instruction
with Specialization in Creative Arts in Learning). Her Lesley focus on poetry, dance, and drama
rekindled her creative side and set in motion the career paths she identifies with the most
Amy currently works as a professional writer and dancer. She authors the column Living with
Luke (of the Yankee Xpress), tutors High School students on college essays, and has drafted
several novels, one of which (The Rhino Dance) partially imitates her current role as Dance
Instructor. She teaches nine classes per week throughout Central MA (Zumba Fitness and Adult
Dance) based on early dance training at Sally McDermott Dance Studio (Auburn), a ZIN
certification, graduate work, and countless hours of dancing in the kitchen!
Amy looks forward to working with the Green Bean Community to share her artistic passions
with adults and children.