The Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan (CFNEM) Board of Trustees elected four new officers to lead the Foundation for one year, with their officer terms ending in March 2024. Katie Young-Engstrom (pictured) of Alpena is the new President; Joyce McCoy of Alpena is the new Vice President; Lois Marshall of Hubbard Lake is the new Secretary; and Kimberly Schultz of Alpena is the new Treasurer. Andy Stone of Posen is the outgoing president and will continue on the Executive Committee as Past President.
“Being part of this foundation has connected me to the dreams and needs of our community and surrounding counties. It’s been amazing to see what people can do,” says Young-Engstrom. “I cannot wait to see what will be done in 2024. So much work goes into this foundation and the benefits are long lasting. Everyone wins!”
Young-Engstrom and her husband Nathan live in Alpena with their two children, Brody and Ella. She is Bedding & Accessories Buyer and does marketing for Young Appliance in Alpena, and she and her husband also own The Boat House in Alpena. In addition to serving on the CFNEM Board of Trustees, she also serves on the CTE Marketing Committee for Alpena High School.
Also in March, Bruce Connon completed his third three-year term on the Board, and Youth Trustee Rebekah Carlson completed her two-year term. Cassia Marchinski will take over as Youth Trustee, and Alexis Bedard, the new Youth Trustee Elect, will join the board in June 2023.