ACM Names New Board Of Directors
November 16, 2010 at 10:37 AM (PT)
ACM (ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC) LIFTING LIVES has announced its new board of directors following elections held this month. The ACM LIFTING LIVES board of directors “is made up of ACM board members, called representative directors, as well as leaders in non-profit and corporate affairs, called public directors. This election brings the ACM LIFTING LIVES board total to 20 directors.
Four new public directors will serve until their term ends in 2013. They include MARK BLOOM, ELLEN LEHMEN, TREE PAINE and JONATHAN REINSDORF. Five new representative directors will serve until their term ends in 2012. They include MIKE DUNGAN, ROD ESSIG, SCOTT FRANCIS, GREG HILL and KEN ROBOLD.
The ACM LIFTING LIVES Executive Committee has added an Advisory Committee to the organization. “The purpose of the Advisory Committee is to create a team of liaisons between The ACM LIFTING LIVES and the community and to enhance our philanthropic activity,” Exec. Dir. ERIN SPAHN. “With our goals of continued national expansion and capital growth this year, this committee will be a great addition.”
The four inaugural members of the Advisory Committee are WALT BROWN Jr., RICKY KELLY, KIMBERLY SCHLAPMAN and TROY VOLLHOFFER.
For more information, please visit www.ACMLiftingLives.org.