Jerri McCandless, Special Assistant to the CEO, ANCOR
Following our elections in late summer, there were a series of changes to the ANCOR Board of Directors and appointments of individuals to new leadership positions. Each of these changes took effect on October 1. Please join us in congratulating ANCOR’s impressive slate of leaders on their new terms!
Chris Sparks, CEO of Exceptional Persons, Inc., in Iowa, reached the end of his term on the Board after having spent the last two years as Past President. Chris previously served terms as President, Vice President and Director, and we sincerely thank him for his commitment of service, expertise and stewardship during his tenure on the Board.
Robert Budd, CEO of Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc., in New York, began his first one-year term as President. Robert previously served as Vice President and Director.
Robert Baker, Vice President of Keystone Human Services in Pennsylvania, began his first one-year term as Vice President. Bob previously served as Secretary/Treasurer and Director.
Heidi Mansir, Executive Director of Uplift, Inc., in Maine, began her first one-year term as Secretary/Treasurer. Heidi previously served as a Director.
Angela King, President & CEO of Volunteers of America of Texas, began her first one-year term as Past President. Angela previously served as President, Vice President and Director.
Tony Thomas, Executive Director of Welcome House in Ohio, was re-elected for a three-year term by the Board of Representatives to serve as the Board of Representatives Liaison and, therefore, as a Director, on the ANCOR Board.
Jennifer Saunders, CEO of Liberty ARC in New York, was elected to her first three-year term as Director by the full membership.
Lynne Megan, President & CEO of TSE, Inc., in Minnesota, was re-elected to the Leadership Development Committee for a two-year term by the full membership.
Karin Stockwell, Senior Director at Dungarvin, Inc., in Minnesota, was re-elected to the Leadership Development Committee for a two-year term by the Board of Representatives.
Zach Wray, CEO of Sunrise, Inc., in Florida, was elected to the Leadership Development Committee for his first two-year term by the Board of Representatives.