The Lincoln Land Community College Foundation Board of Directors elected new officers, welcomed three new members and recognized outgoing board members at a recent meeting.
Tim Schroeder of Springfield was installed as board chair for 2018. Todd Wise of Springfield was elected vice chair, and Ronda Folkerts of Springfield was elected treasurer.
The following are new members of the board:
Bill Fleming of Litchfield is the executive vice president of LBT Bancshares Inc. in Litchfield. He holds an associate degree from LLCC and a bachelor’s degree in physics from Missouri Baptist College.
Brett Jackson of Springfield is president and chief executive officer of Systemax Corporation. A Pleasant Plains native, he spent one year at LLCC before transferring to Western Illinois University to major in economics. He also serves his community as a member of the Heartland Credit Union and Kidzeum boards.
Neil Jordan of Springfield is senior loan officer and vice president at First National Bank of Raymond in addition to working and managing his family farm near Farmersville. He received his bachelor’s degree in agribusiness from Illinois State University while gaining summer credits at LLCC. Neil is also active in the Waggoner Centennial Players.
Outgoing board members Jason Barth, Pam McClelland and Steve Mundhenke, all of Springfield, were acknowledged for their dedicated service on behalf of LLCC students.
The LLCC Foundation’s mission is to cultivate and steward charitable gifts to support Lincoln Land Community College students, programs and services. For more information, visit www.llccfoundation.org.