Marie Taylor Bosarge
President and Founder
In 2011, Marie Taylor Bosarge recognized a need in the community as music programs disappeared from the public education system. As a music lover and former educator, she knew that in order to thrive and reach their potential, children needed the arts, particularly music, as an essential part of their development. Thus, the mission of Music Doing Good was created along with the innovative outreach programs.
Marie also serves as vice president of Capital Technologies, Inc., which manages the holdings, business, investment and philanthropic activities of various trusts for the Bosarge family. In particular, she is a director of the Bosarge Family Foundation, which supports numerous international and national charities, including MD Anderson Cancer Center; Texas Children’s Hospital; A Glimmer of Hope; the Opera House at Boothbay Harbor, Maine; Texas Flying Legends Museum; Cuckolds Lighthouse; Boothbay Region YMCA; the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens; Howell Opera House in Michigan; Harlem Academy and KTSU Public Radio in Houston. Marie is also on the George W. Bush Foundation Member Board of Trustees for the Houston Symphony and a Moores School of Music (University of Houston) Society Member.
Marie and her husband, Dr. W.E. Bosarge constructed the first off-grid solar/wind powered “green” island in the Caribbean, located on the 72 acre Over Yonder Cay in the Exuma Island chain in the Bahamas. She is also the director of Petrodome Energy, LLC, an oil and gas exploration and production company that is actively engaged in acquiring and developing 3D seismic and AVO technology based prospects, applying the latest advanced technology to enhance exploration success in the Gulf of Mexico.
Marie obtained her B.A. in Social Studies Education with a minor in Interior Design at Southeastern Louisiana University.