Molly Lieberman is the Founder and Executive Director of Loop It Up Savannah. She grew up in Northampton Massachusetts and moved to Savannah in 2006. She started Loop it up in 2008 as a young children’s knitting and crochet class with the help of the Craft Yarn Council of America. She has spent the last 10 years sharing her love of art with the children of Savannah by building and growing Loop it Up Savannah. Molly works with many other arts, family, and youth based organizations throughout the Savannah area and believes strongly in the power of community collaboration to create opportunity for all members of our community to thrive. 

Carmen Vazquez was born and raised on the island of Puerto Rico.  She started working in the field of Social Work in 1994 as a Program Manager for Jovenes de Puerto Rico en Riesgo.  When she moved to Savannah she took a break from social work and focused her energy in raising her three daughters and operating the Savannah Food Co-op.  Carmen joined the Loop It Up family in March of 2018 as our Community Outreach Coordinator. 

Marsha Lieberman is from Boston and worked for many years in New York City as a  performing dancer and teacher with the NYU Tisch School of the Arts dance faculty. In 1990 Marsha retired from her dance career and returned to her other passion, painting. For the past 30 years she has exhibited her work in Northeast, and in both Western and Eastern Europe. Having many years of administrative experience, Marsha joined the Loop It Up Savannah staff as the Administrative Coordinator in 2017.