Each year, the CEC’s Board of Trustees approves new Board members, who are then presented to the general membership (CEC parents and employees) for confirmation. Most people vote through the proxy process. This voting process is a simple and extremely important moment for the CEC organization, since the CEC Board is responsible for the governance of the organization, ensuring its fiscal health, and remaining true to the CEC’s vision and mission. The members of our Board, led by CEC alum parent and newly-elected Board President Katie Fallin Kenyon, are a highly engaged, committed, and caring group, representing a broad range of professional skills and expertise.
New Board members were formally accepted by the CEC membership at the Annual Members’ Meeting last week. We enthusiastically welcome the following new members and look forward to the unique contribution they will each make in the coming three years:
At the same time that we welcome new members, two Board members are departing after years of service. Each of the following people made an important, if not critical, contribution to the Board during their tenure.. We are honored to recognize the following Board members for their generous service to the CEC:
Annie Wang (2013- 2018), who contributed five years of leadership as both a member and co-chair of the Governance Committee
Sandy Bordi (2017-2018), who provided a vital connection between the Parent Council and the Board of Trustees as Co-Chair of the CEC Parent Council.