The Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan (CFNEM) Board of Trustees elected five new trustees to lead the Foundation through Board service.
“The Community Foundation is fortunate to be led by a committed group of individuals who represent our communities in geography, as well as through many different professional and personal aspects,” said Patrick Heraghty, CFNEM Executive Director. “We look forward to having these individuals participate in the Foundation’s present and future.”
Anne Belanger, of Rogers City, is the program director of the Presque Isle District Library, and a film producer.
Barb Mills, of Alpena, is CEO of Calcite Credit Union.
Bryan Hall, a 35-year resident of Rogers City, is a U.S. Army/Army National Guard veteran, now employed by Cadillac Products Automotive Company.
Cliff Miller, of East Tawas, owns Tri-County Agency. Cliff serves on the Board as a representative of CFNEM's Iosco County Community Foundation affiliate.
Leah Themel, of Posen, has joined the Board as youth trustee elect. She is a junior at Posen High School, and is member of the Northeast Michigan Youth Advisory Council. She will serve a two-year term on the CFNEM Board of Trustees.