Published February 24th, 2016
LLLC Foundation Names New Board Members
Submitted by Fran Miller
The Lafayette Library and Learning Center Foundation (LLLCF) board of trustees is pleased to welcome to its board six new trustees, each of whom will fulfill a two year term: Melanie Brickman, Chris Voll Chernin, Victoria DeMoss, Larry Duson, Mary Scipi, and David Van Etten. Brinkman, a CPA, works in corporate planning and analysis and has her MBA in finance and marketing. Voll Chernin is an educational psychologist specializing in psycho-educational assessment, cognitive processing of information, and learning disabilities. DeMoss is a certified public accountant who has previous LLLC Board experience. Duson, currently a residential real estate agent with J. Rockcliff, has more than 35 years of previous senior level banking experience and is active in Lafayette's Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club. Scipi, a longtime Lafayette resident and mother of two, works at Fitbit. Van Etten spent 44 years in the business world prior to his career in volunteering. He served as a member of the Contra Costa County civil grand jury, and after attending and enjoying multiple events at the LLLC, decided to contribute his time and effort to the Library. The LLLCF Board Trustees serve to set the Foundation's policies, programs and financial goals, and act as ambassadors to the greater community by promoting the needs and values of the LLLCF.

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