Why did you choose to become a Board Member for SPQA?
What has been your favorite part of being a Board Member?
The people I have met and been associated in this organization have been truly inspirational. Exposure to folks who display an honest and unselfish motivation to make better what they see and can influence is a rare experience. We have had many devoted to this mission.
What do you most want to learn from this experience?
What have you gained from being a Board Member?
Weathering societal and operational cycles of high and low enthusiasm, business conditions and the associated drama are gains. Rarely is there a status quo, so ability and willingness to change, to recognize that business models have flexibility, are gains.
What is the hobby you’re most passionate about?
Non-Profit work presents a major satisfaction. Whether it be historic preservation and interpretation, or ability to affect solutions for single parent families, or inspire an enterprise to examine itself to become better at what it does and who it serves … make for more smiles than frowns.