On the Job August 9, 2013 – Nonprofits

Fort Collins-based Project Self-Sufficiency added five members to its board of directors: community volunteers Katherine Deeter and Jenny Soukup, marketer Rachel LeValley with Northern Colorado Endodontics, Intel engineer Scott Makinenand Home State Bank community development director Mary McCambridge, PS-S helps single parents in Larimer County to break the cycle of poverty and live free of government assistance.

Fort Collins-based United Way of Larimer County added four members to its board of directors for the 2013-14 fiscal year: Poudre High School studentClaire Hayhow; certified public accountantPaul Mueller, managing director of Mueller & Associates, CPA, LLC; attorneyTracy Oldemeyerof Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather, LLP; andLise Youngblade, department head of human development and family studies and associate dean for research and graduate programs in the College of Health & Human Sciences at Colorado State University.

Fort Collins-based Food Bank for Larimer County promotedBruce Wallaceto programs director andSusan Kellyto food resource manager. Wallace, who joined the food bank in 2011 after retiring from a career as an executive in the hotel and restaurant industry, will replace Kristin Bieri, who was instrumental in the growth of the Food Bank’s child nutrition programs and has decided to pursue options closer to home in Thornton. Kelly, who had been volunteer manager for the food bank, has worked at Poudre Valley Hospital, High Plains Environmental Center and Grant Farms CSA. She replaces Karen McManus, who will join a food bank on the East Coast.


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