The Monett Area Community Foundation and the Ozark County Community Foundation each recently elected new presidents and board officers, bringing to a close two successful runs by presidents who will remain on the local boards, based in Monett and Gainesville, respectively.
In Monett, Mike Gollhofer replaces Mark Nelson. Nelson also recently rotated off of the regional board of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks. Under Nelson’s leadership the MACF grew to more than $1.3 million in total assets with 40 different funds. The other new officers are: Mark Kaiser, vice president; Don Weber, treasurer; and Brad Hansen, secretary.
The new president of the Ozark County Community Foundation is Kerrie Zubrod, who replaced Steven Rackley. Rackley helped lead the foundation to assets of more than $700,000 in 39 funds. The rest of the new officer slate includes Jessica Blackburn, vice president, and Karen Brantingham, secretary.
CFO welcomes the new volunteer leaders in these communities, and thanks outgoing presidents and officers for their time and efforts.