Michigan Community Action (MCA) has named its new Board of Directors, who help lead MCA’s mission of alleviating the causes and circumstances of poverty.
Jill Sutton, Mid Michigan Community Action Agency, will serve as president, replacing John Stephenson, Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency. Louis Pizsker, Wayne Metro Community Action Agency, returns as vice president of the board. Michelle Williamson, Community Action, will serve as secretary-treasurer, replacing Sutton.
Joining the board are Doug McFadden, EightCAP (CAA Governing Board Officer) and Melinda Johnson, Blue Water Community Action Agency (At-Large Officer).
Toby Berry, Community Action Agency, rejoins the board as Urban Officer having previously held the at-large officer position. Other board members include: Art Fenrick, Southwest Michigan Community Action Agency (Lower Peninsula-Rural Officer), Kerri Duff, Gogebic-Ontonagon Community Action Agency (Upper Peninsula Officer), Eric Schertzing, Capital Area Community Services (CAA Governing Board Officer) and Matt Purcell, Genesee County Community Action Agency (Directors Council Chair).
Founded in 1975, MCA serves its 29 member agencies throughout Michigan to strengthen their capacity to alleviate the causes and circumstances of poverty.