Sue is a retired nonprofit executive with more than 25 years’ experience with local organizations in Minneapolis and with large national programs through the AARP Foundation in Washington, DC. She has a special passion for the immense contribution volunteers can make in our society. Sue recently concluded the effort that raised the funds for (over $750,000 for) JCC’s capital campaign.
Sue Miler, President
Lori has more than 10 years’ experience in the social service field in California and Pennsylvania where she was involved in direct case and management work. She is currently self-employed as a yoga instructor which she has done since 2006. Lori chairs the JCC Program Committee and developed many of the policies and procedures under which JCC currently operates.
Lori Grable, Vice-President
Donna is a retired accountant and IRS enrolled agent who has also served on the Jacksonville City Council for 16 years. Since JCC’s inception Donna has managed the organization’s finances and accounting. Donna was instrumental in establishing and maintaining a strong relationship with the Jacksonville Seniors, Inc. which helped ensure JCC’s success in the capital campaign and continues today.
Donna Schatz, Treasurer
Dave is a retired nonprofit executive who has more than three decades’ experience leading national advocacy organizations in Washington, DC and Minneapolis. He currently spearheads JCC’s organizational development, marketing and publicity.
David Doi, Secretary
Kris is a retired degreed accountant who worked in public accounting as an auditor, in corporations and most recently as Finance Director in local governments including the City of Jacksonville. Kris developed and manages JCC’s donor and volunteer database and has computerized JCC’s financial recordkeeping and accounting.
Kristine Rose, Board Member
Margaret’s career involved 34 years in the utility business where she managed teams in Marketing, Customer Service, Human Resources and Public Affairs. She happily retired to Jacksonville and has spent the last few years “paying it forward” by volunteering with a variety of non-profit groups. A recent addition to the JCC board, Margaret has brought her marketing experience to the organization and is working to promote JCC in the community.
Margaret Pashko, Board Member
Leah Howell, Center Director
Alyssa Prophet is an administrative and marketing professional with four years of customer service experience and three years of honing her skills as an event planner and marketer. Alyssa manages rentals and assists with marketing at the Center. Whether it’s drafting a customized event estimate, designing JCC marketing collateral, or setting up for Friday morning yoga, she assists in making the JCC operations run smoothly. With a bachelor’s degree in business, Alyssa has been eager to use her skills and experience to help nonprofit organizations such as the Jacksonville Community Center.