Board of Directors

Leaders dedicated to serving the most vulnerable populations and fostering community and economic development.
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Rene Chamberlain (2011)
At Large
(Office Term: 2019-2022)

Term: 2020-2023
Richard Irvin (2005)
State Representative 81st District
Term: 2020-2023
Diane Cogan (1994)
Secretary
(Office Term: 2019-2022)

Term: 2018-2021
Susan Michalik (2007)
Treasurer
(Office Term: 2018-2021)

Term: 2019-2022
Connie Kough-Pittenger (2008)
Vice President
(Office Term: 2018-2021)

Term: 2020-2023
Mary Ann Demi (2018)
Term: 2018-2021
Elen Ott (2011)
Term: 2020-2023
Roy McCabe (2013)
Term: 2019-2022
Robin White (2019)
Term: 2019-2022
Layla Knooihuizen (2020)
Term: 2019-2022
Carl Duane Souders (2016)
Term: 2018-2021
Deborah Shughart (2014)
President
(Office Term: 2018-2021)

Term: 2020-2023
Valerie Thomas (2012)
Term: 2018-2021
Jesse Topper (2018)
State Representative 78th District
Term: 2018-2021
Mary Trice (2018)
Term: 2018-2021

As of January 1, 2020, the Directors meet on the second Thursday of each month, on a rotating schedule between Center for Community Action’s seven office locations. The Board of Directors act as the governing body for Center for Community Action. The Board has a transparent and fiduciary duty to the communities it serves. The 15 member Board elects the agency’s Executive Director. The Executive Director and the Board are responsible for the organizational success of Center for Community Action.

There are no current Board openings available at this time.