Winamac, IN, January 23, 2018 The Community Foundation of Pulaski County welcomes 3 new members to its Board of Directors for 2018. Incoming members are: Kaye Beall, Megan Moon and Tim Gearhart, and each will serve a three-year term, with a maximum of three full consecutive terms of service.
Kaye Beall has served on the Foundation’s Grant Committee for the past two years and is currently Project Director at World Education, Inc. Kaye’s experience in grant management and proposal writing for non-profit organizations will continue to be a valuable asset to the foundation. Kaye is also involved with the Winamac First United Methodist Church and Friends of the Panhandle Pathway. Beall is eager to be involved with the Foundation and excited about the opportunity to give back to Pulaski County.
Megan Moon also joins the foundation board for 2018 and works as an Administrative Assistant for the Pulaski Memorial Hospital. Megan is a graduate of Indiana University and her administrative experience will be valuable for the foundation board, and for the organization and planning of the foundation committees.
Tim Gearhart joins the board with diverse knowledge and experience in non-profit environments and will bring a wealth of knowledge to the organization. Tim is the VP of Clinic Operations at Pulaski Memorial Hospital.
Continuing to lead the Board of Directors is President Gregg Malott, Director of Business Development at Pulaski Memorial Hospital and he is joined by officers including:
Vice-President: Don Street
Treasurer: Robert Simpson
Secretary: Darlene Mellon
Remaining directors for the 2018 Foundation Board include Robert Conn, Missy Culp, Katie Degroot, Julie Hanus, Robert Klitzman, Vicki Overmyer, Shane Pilarski, and Dan Zylstra.
Executive Director, Wendy Rose, continues to assist the organization in growing endowed funds that will serve and enrich our community. Rose said, “I am excited about the hometown passion and depth of experience the three new board members will bring to the board in 2018. Their roots and hearts are in Pulaski County, and their professional and nonprofit experience will further strengthen our existing board.” Rose added that the Community Foundation looks forward to making even greater impact in 2018 and will soon unveil a new year-round grant process. The Community Foundation continues to serve individuals, businesses and other organizations that wish to strengthen our community today and tomorrow.