April 2014 Alumni Spotlight
A native of Princeton, West Virginia with a deep background in the arts, Mr. Choskie Harmon ‘07 has been hired as the new Executive Director for the Chuck Mathena Center. He attended Princeton Senior High School, where he was a member of the elite Madrigal Singers. He was also the first African American from PSHS to attend the Governor's School for the Arts for vocal training.
During his time at Concord, he studied English and Secondary Education. He also began teaching dance classes at the Princeton Dance Studio and still instructs there on a regular basis. After graduating with honors, Harmon taught middle and high school English and recently, theatre at Bluefield High School. He is also an award-winning choreographer through his work with the Princeton Dance Studio and has performed for, choreographed and produced pageants for the Miss West Virginia’s Outstanding Teen and Miss West Virginia International.
Harmon says he looks forward to serving the community that he grew up, performed, and worked in as Executive Director at the Chuck Mathena Center.