Contacts & Board


It is time to elect a new board of directors for the S. Florida Folk and Acoustic Music Club. 

We are open for nominations until April 30, 2024. We are in need of 7 board members. Email nominations (with bio) to Once all nominations are complete, we will have an online vote (only current members will receive a link). Members will also be able to vote in person at the May song swap in Pompano. 

Please read over the current members of the Board to get to know us better.

Without membership participation, we cannot exist and definitely will not thrive!

If you are interested in helping with the Festival, but not being on the Board, please also let us know. (You could send an email with subject “Festival Committee”. ) We will be creating a Festival committee specifically to work on all things Festival- from Performers to advertising / marketing to social media coverage. Members of this committee do not need to be on the board.

Board Members

Elyse Brunt-2 year term

I have been an active member of the Broward Folk Club since 2000. I have been the Secretary the BFC since 2021 and previously served on the board many years ago. I have also taken on the role of webmaster and media specialist for the club. I am also a musician and have taught ukulele and guitar to students in elementary and middle school. I am very passionate about the promotion of local music events, especially working with young people to grow our community and expand our outreach with schools, colleges, and community organizations.

Bill Wunderlich- 2 year terms

I have been the President of the Broward Folk Club since July 2021 and have played a key role in preserving the Club which was in the verge of extinction. I have also been Festival Director for the 2022 & 2023 South Florida Folk & Acoustic Music Festival at the Rodeo Grounds. I have been active in the Broward Folk Club since 2008, having served as President and a Board Member from 2009 to 2018.
My business background as a CPA, CFO and businessman has provided me with the experience necessary to lead an organization.

Bruce Feldman

I have been a Board member of Broward Folk for over twenty years and am  currently Vice-President. Other positions that I have held include Parliamentarian, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary,  Open Mike/Concert Co-Ord, Children’s Stage Manager,  Chair of Performer Selection Committee, and a Preliminary Judge of the Singer-Songwriter Competition for the South Florida Folk Festival.

Peter Fox

I am a semi-retired nationally board-certified licensed massage therapist. I spent several decades in New York earning a living as an editor at the New York Times, a bicycle touring company owner/operator, a middle-school science teacher, and a stay-at-home dad. After moving to Florida in 2001, I attended the Acupuncture & Massage College in Miami, where I attained my “license to touch.” In my “spare time,” I enjoy painting, singing, bicycling, reading, spending time in nature, and listening to music – mostly classical and folk. I’m an active member (and current board member) of the Broward Folk Club, as well as a member of the City of Sunrise Leisure Services Advisory Board. Bottom line: I love music – It’s the key to my soul.

Barbara Sutton

When I first moved to Florida in the late 90s I was looking for a folk club to belong to.  I found this folk club and was on the board for four years and worked as the head of vendors for 3 years while we had the festival at Easterlin Park. During my career I mainly worked as a Psychotherapist and spent my last 16 years working for the Broward Sheriff’s Office. To round out the mental and physical I taught Massage Therapy at the American Institute. I play fiddle and am learning the Ukulele.

Grace Moses

I attended my first South Florida Folk Festival in 1997.  I have been a member since then. The BFC has provided me with many good times and lots of friends. I served on the Board for a year around 2005, when there was a need, and from July 2021 until now, when the need arose again. Professionally I am a Certified Public Accountant.

Jeff Jacob

I have worked with many musicians in Nashville (including Rascal Flatts, Loretta Lynn, and others) and for 3 years as a staff songwriter for the “Songs of Love Foundation.” In 2011, I founded the The Song Team, which combined songwriting and professional development. In this capacity, I led workshops for many corporations to help build teamwork and collaboration. I am currently the executive director at Temple Beth El in Hollywood and have been actively working with many non-profits for several years. I am also a musician and member of Jewgrass Revival, a local bluegrass band. I began working with the Broward Folk Club after the last festival and am helping to coproduce a concert series. I look forward to working together to promote local music and expand our community engagement. 

Lou Dominguez 

I became Vice President of the Dade County Folk Club in November of 2022 and have served until our clubs merged, when I then became a board member for our new club. I host events and play mostly in North Miami at the Luna Star Cafe. I’m also a singer/songwriter working on my fourth album of original music. My last record, ‘We the People’ went to number 11 on the Folk-DJ list chart. I am happy to be on board and look forward to contributing to the Folk and Americana music scene here in SoFla.

Cecilia St. King

Cecilia St. King – Inner Peace Troubadour is an award-winning, internationally recognized, singer/songwriter/ recording artist, who has dedicated her life to healing our planet through the curative power of music.
Cecilia is a spiritual teacher, and musical mystic. Translating the Ageless Wisdom Teaching into story and song, it is mindfulness meets music. She is a way-shower, a guide, an awakener, who through the medium of melody creates social change. By refreshing the spirit, revitalizing the mind, energizing the body & affirming the wisdom of the heart, her music guides people to reconnect to themselves and to each other.
Over her decades-long career, she has performed worldwide in venues as diverse as San Quentin Prison, the United Nations, The BlueBird café in Nashville, TN, The Bitter End, NYC, and the Parliament of the World’s Religion and the South Florida Folk-Festival. 

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