With the start of a new fiscal year on July 1, 2018, StepUp welcomed six new members to our Board of Directors. We are excited to welcome Jack Clayton, Maeve Gardner, George Ramsay, Libby Stubbs, John Chapman, and Cameron Rosenow to the board.
When asked why he chose to serve on StepUp’s board of directors, Jack Clayton, a retired Wells Fargo Executive, said, “StepUp does such wonderful work in not only helping individuals find jobs but also teaching them the skills needed to make a job a career and to build a good family life.”
StepUp’s Board of Directors, led by Board Chair, Katherine Anne Hamlin, is vital to the organization’s success. The board assists staff in fundraising, advocacy, and by volunteering in our programs.
Even new board members know that the people we serve are always the focus of the work we do. Cameron Rosenow said, “I know managing personal finances can be time-consuming and overwhelming, and I’m eager to share what I’ve learned in my line of work to help StepUp participants take control of their financial lives.” Libby Stubbs says she hopes to bring her financial experience to the board and to our life skills participants as well.
We are glad to have them on board, and look forward to working with the Board to make this year the best one yet for our StepUp family.
We are grateful for the faithful service of Colleen Camaione-Edmonston, Jimmy Glover, Jimmy Goodmon, John Martin, John Matthews, Anne Ramsay, Michael Story, Anne Underwood, Edmund Waddill, and Jackie Whittenburg, as their board terms ended on June 30.
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