New Leadership for Center of Concern Board of Directors
On July 1st, Kathy Rolsing of Park Ridge was selected to lead the Center of Concern for a two year term as the Chairperson of the agency’s Board of Directors.
Rolsing replaces outgoing Chair Jim Radermacher who stated, “my last two years serving as Board President have been one of the best experiences of my life. It has truly been an inspiration to be involved with the staff, the Board and the vast network of volunteers that work daily to change the lives of the most vulnerable people living in within our community. It has been a privilege to serve thanks to the support of all the communities the Center serves. I look forward to continuing that work in my continued role as a board member”.
Executive Director John McNabola commented “we are indeed fortunate to have Kathy’s vision and leadership as we embrace future growth and program development to address needs of the over 50 population. Our Board of Directors is a diverse group of experts who guide the direction of the agency as we explore new opportunities to provide housing solutions, supportive services and counseling to support the needs of seniors and family caregivers.”
After assuming her new position as Board Chair, Rolsing said, “I am excited about this new opportunity to establish an even closer association with this wonderful organization, its staff, board, volunteers, clients and supporters. My hope is that together we can continue to enhance our services, increasing our outreach to improve the lives of even more community members. Continued collaboration and communication in our community will be a personal priority to insure that the Center is responsive to changing needs and is easily recognized as an important and effective community resource. I am honored to be selected to be a small part of the Center’s role in “Supporting Families, Strengthening Communities”.