Our Board of Directors

Board Members 4.2016

Partners for Affordable Housing Board of Directors

We are currently accepting applications for new Board Members and we’d love to have you join us!  Our Board meets for an hour every month, and members can choose to join a committee for additional involvement. If you are interested in supporting our mission, but can’t commit to monthly meetings, we have opportunities to join committees as well.

We welcome any skills or interest – the more the merrier!  We are also looking to add people with specific experience such as construction or property management, social services, and finance or accounting.

If you are interested, please contact Jen Theneman at 507-387-2115, ext. 2 or jtheneman.pah@enventis.net.

Mark Piepho, Board President

Company & Position: Blue Earth County Commissioner;  Third District

Why you joined the PAH Board:  As a County Commissioner I saw first hand through our County Human Services the need and the value for Partners for Affordable Housing and wanted to be a part of reducing homelessness  in Blue Earth County.

Doug Lago, Board Vice President 

Position & Company: Market President, United Prairie Bank

Why you joined the PAH Board: I want to help those in the community who have needs to provide shelter and security for themselves and their families. I hope to widen the knowledge and exposure of the need of those who are homeless and less fortunate. 

 

Brenda TeVogt, Board Secretary

Position & Company: Head Start Mentor Coach and Literacy Coach, Minnesota Valley Action Council

Why I joined PAH’s board: I joined the board as a representative of the School Sisters of Notre Dame. It is important to me that all people experience dignity in their lives and the opportunity to reach their potential. PAH’s mission to assist people facing homelessness to get back on their feet fits well with my own beliefs and desires.

Christian Bailey, Board Treasurer

Position & Company: Senior Project Manager, Kato Engineering, Inc.

Why you joined the PAH Board: I wanted to use my skills and knowledge to help an organization provide needed services and assistance to the community and PAH was a perfect fit. I strongly believe in their mission to help reduce homelessness in the Mankato area.                                         

David Cowan

Position & Company:  Facilities Services Director, Minnesota State University – Mankato

Why you joined the PAH Board: Doing something that few others think about, is satisfaction enough for me, and getting Mankato Area folks to recognize that homelessness exists in “River City” is my on-going challenge.

Beth Fasnacht

Position & Company: Interior Designer / Owner, Timeless Interiors

Why you joined the PAH Board: Partners for Affordable Housing holds a special place in my heart and they have an important role in our community. I joined the board to help support their cause and bring awareness to and understanding of the homelessness and housing needs in our area

Brenda Heuss

Position & Company:  IT Analyst/Project Manager, Scholarship America

Why you joined the PAH Board: I became familiar with PAH through some work my daughter did with the Theresa House. I believe the mission of PAH is admirable and I want to help if I can. 

Michelle Johnson

Position & Company: Product Manager, Label Works 

Why you joined the PAH Board: I want to help bring awareness to the community and make a difference in people’s life. Everyone can make a difference if they are aware of what’s happening. I want to help eliminate the stigma around homelessness and bring a basic need that everyone has a right to!

Lindsey Northenscold

Position & Company:  Early Childhood Special Education School Social Worker, Mankato School District 

Why you joined the PAH Board: Growing up in Mankato, I never realized the chronic homelessness issues that happened right here in our community. I hope to give back in the same way by being a part of the PAH Board. 

 Elaine Schoeneberger

Position & Company:  Retired Social Services, Salvation Army 

Why you joined the PAH Board: I worked with the staff at the Welcome Inn and was on the board of the Theresa House.  I became aware of the homeless in Mankato and learned of the many reasons for their situation.

Jake Sherlock

Position & Company:  Attorney, Blethen, Gage and Krause, PLLP

 

 

Kris Wuller

Position & Company: Human Resources, The Kraft Heinz Company

 

 

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