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Welcoming 2017-2018 FeelGood Leadership!

It is with great excitement, enthusiasm, and pride that we share the roster of FeelGood’s Board of Directors for the 2017-2018 term and the new alumni joining our already incredible team of Changemaker Ignitors.

After receiving a number of nominations of impressive FeelGood students and alumni – who were willing to dedicate their time, energy, and hearts to the movement that means so much to us – a group of current FeelGood board members and staff came together to select those who would serve as this year’s slate of directors. Simultaneously, alumni from all walks of FeelGood past and present applied to be Changemaker Ignitors, and eight have been selected to join the team of CIs for next year.

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March 2017 Board Meeting Minutes

DATE OF MEETING: January 8, 2017
BOARD MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE: Becky Bond, Amanda Carr, Justin Donahue, Erin East, Sarah Ganassa, Prarthana Kotagiri, Kate Mitchell, Earl Pearson, Aubrey Redd, Amanda Salguero, Kristin Walter
STAFF MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE: Nick Collins, Rachel  Hemmerstein, Connor Spahn
ABSENT: Aisha White

On March 29, 2017 we held our bi-monthly board meeting, our second meeting held live. Prior to going live, the board voted to extend Rachel Hemmerstein’s role as Acting Executive Director through December 2017 or until a new Executive Director is identified. In the coming months, a recruitment plan will be identified for this role. A team of staff and board members will together recruit FeelGood’s next Executive Director, which will then be confirmed by a vote of the whole board (per our newly revised Bylaws, below!). Because of the importance of this transition, the board and staff felt that extending the time allotted for making this transition was strategic.

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Water…The Most Basic of Needs

Water– a resource easily taken for granted by so many– is a critical necessity of all life. Humans, animals, and plants all need water to survive. In the United States and many other parts of the world, we can access water by turning a tap, however, that isn’t the case everywhere else. In many parts of the world, people will walk miles to collect water taking valuable time from other activities, like school or a job.

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