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July 10, 2014
Carol Reagan



At the last NISC Executive Committee meeting on June 26, 
NISC leadership, members and Jim Firman thanked Carol Reagan as she completed her term as NISC Chair.

Thank you for your leadership of NISC and for being such a dedicated and passionate advocate for senior centers nationally. With gratitude and admiration, Jim Firman

Kris Orluck



We also thanked Kris Orluck, NISC Best Practices Chair 
as she finished her term. Kris is the Executive Director for the City of Maple Grove Parks & Recreation, MN.  During her term as chair she led the NISC Programs of Excellence Awards, NISC Research Award, National Senior Center Month and NISC Conference Activities

Sue Getman



We welcomed Sue Getman as the new NISC Chair. 
Sue is the Executive Director of Wilmington Senior Center, Delaware and has been the NISC Chair-Elect for the past year.  


Lynn Fields



We welcomed Lynn Fields Harris as the NISC Chair-Elect.
 Lynn is the Executive Director of Center in the Park, Philadelphia, PA and has been serving as the NISC Chair of Public Policy.  

 

Nicole Gorman



Nicole Gorman took on a new role as the NISC Chair of the Best Practices.
 Nicole is the Recreation Supervisor for the City of Farmington, MN.  She had been the NISC State Association Chair.  

Elizabeth Biggers Bernat



And last month Elizabeth Biggers Bernat, MHA, became the NISC Chair of Improving Health.
 Elizabeth is the Director of Senior Services, Roper St. Francis Healthcare, Lowcountry Senior Center, Charleston, SC. This NISC team is focused on improving participation in evidence-based health programs offered at senior centers. 

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