December 23, 2008

Racine Community Foundation announces board of directors

Jackson Parker III will continues as president of the Racine Community Foundation in 2009, the nonprofit announced Tuesday.

President-elect and board treasurer is James Small; Secretary is Bryan Albrecht; Pamela Johnson is vice-president of donor relations; Michael Staeck is vice-president of marketing; vice-president of the grant committee is Robert Siegert, MD; and David Perkins is the ad hoc chair of the investment committee.

Newly elected members include Sheila Bugalecki; Darice Griffin; James Paulsen; and Steen Sanderhoff. Re-elected to the board is Ernest Styberg, Jr. Continuing board members include Nancy DeKraay; David Easley; Marlene Haigh; Jean Jacobson; Renee Sartin Kirby; Dorothy Metz; Dwayne Olsen; Elizabeth Powell; Gregory Ruidl; and Eugene Szymczak.

The Racine Community Foundation's mission is to encourage and provide opportunities for charitable giving, to manage and distribute the funds in a responsible manner and to enhance the quality of life for the people of Racine County.

6 comments:

  1. Wow! Is there no limit to Albrecht's talent? Getting almost $200,000 a year as a college president with only a Master's degree in education from a UW satellite campus (probably the only college president in the country without a PhD), he still finds time to be president of this and that national organization, seceretary of the Racine Community Foundation, and even work on a mail-order PhD.

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  2. Claudius Adebayo12/24/2008 10:04 PM

    Shame on you, Anonymous, for attacking a decent human being for volunteering his time for an organization dedicated to making life better in our coomunity. Bryan Albrecht is worth every penny he makes. And if you're referring to UW-Stout as a satellite campus, you've got to be totally brainless. 34 years ago today, I arrived in Menomonie, Wisconsin to enroll at the graduate school at Stout, simply because it was rated the best in the world in Industrial Education.

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  3. "simply because it was rated the best in the world in Industrial Education"

    Should I start here or with the other comments . . .

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  4. . . . and volunteering one's time is made easy when you have a laundry list of six-figure salaried special assistants and other administrators. How is the VP of Student Life doing these days?

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  5. Michael Kroes12/25/2008 2:30 PM

    Even at Christmas, certain people can't help but keep the venom flowing.

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  6. Volunteering for a wonderful cause within a wonderful organization doesn't chnage how this person, and the thug admins who work for him, step on and kick the people at his high-paying job.

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