The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council has announced its 2013 Board of Trustees, as elected by the members of the organization at its Annual Meeting held on Oct. 17, and the new slate of officers as elected by the Board of Trustees that evening.
Joining the Board this year are Mandy Mallott, long-time Juneauite and parent, who will be serving on the Education Committee along with her other duties on the board; and Rico Worl, an anthropologist working as the arts director for Sealaska Heritage Foundation, and owner and designer for Trickster Company, who will also be joining the Education Committee. Worl will also be working on the JACC Expansion Committee.
Reelected for a second term is Jess Parks, who serves on the Program, Granting Opportunities, Fiscal Sustainability, and Creative Economy committees.
Officers elected to serve this year are Candace Behrends, president; Andy Kline, vice president; Bridget Lujan, treasurer; and SueAnn Randall, secretary.
The full board roster, in addition to those named, includes Annie Calkins, Sean Boily, Jeff Bush, Donna Powell, Janet Schempf, and Marsha Sousa. As yet unfilled is a student position.
Board members serve up to two three-year terms, and are selected through nominations presented to the Governance Committee and elected by the membership. A nearly complete roster of past board members is available on the JAHC website on the “Nuts and Bolts” page.
For more information about the JAHC visit www.jahc.org or contact Nancy DeCherney, executive director at 586-2787.