during that time served as the board vice-president and the chairwoman of the Vintage Affair for 4 years. Dozier-Mckee is a retail marketing and interior design professional. “I’m looking forward to working on some big initiatives we have planned for CAC and tapping into the wealth of experience and knowledge that the 2016 board brings,” said Dozier-Mckee. She followsCatherine Lautenbacher who completed her two-year term as president and remains on the board in 2016.
New to the board are Marian MacLeod-Elliott, of Henssler Financial, serving as the new board treasurer; Dick Derrick, a retired healthcare software industry sales executive; Nancy Doss, who has served on the Food `n Fun planning committee and steps up as chairwoman of that committee in 2016 and Anne Marie Lochner of Graphic Packaging. Missy MacGinnitie serves as a Community Representative; Terry Nall, Dunwoody City Councilman; Dorris Shelton-Gulley who served as the Vintage Affair co-chairwoman in 2015 and steps up as the Vintage Affair chairwoman this year; and Amy Winslett of Ocwen Financial.
The new members will serve 2-year terms on the 19-member volunteer board. The new members join returning Vice President Kevin Horgan, Secretary Villard Bastien, Assistant Treasurer Terry Hartigan, Nancy Berger, Charles Crosby, John Jokerst, Judy Pollock, Luis Torres and Sally Wyeth. CAC thanks outgoing board members for their years of dedicated service, Past-President Bob Levinson, Brenda Rothschild, Stan Sonenshine and Rev. Michael Sullivan. Their leadership and expertise were great assets to CAC.
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