It is with deep regret that we announce Courtney Klee is stepping down as SEAC’s Executive Director. Courtney has been part of the SEAC family for more than two years, starting out as a board member, then moving up to Vice Chair before entering her role as Executive Director. We are grateful to Courtney for her years of service and appreciate her willingness to step up and lead SEAC operations during this exceptionally challenging time. Under her direction and leadership, Courtney worked with local talent to raise money for SEAC’s Community Fund through the sale of SEAC-inspired face masks, ran a very successful Mini Clean Sweep which provided support to our community in a time of need and helped grow relationships with numerous SEAC partners. Courtney will continue in her position until September 25.
We thank Courtney for her leadership and unwavering passion for improving lives in the city of Rochester. We wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors.
We’d also like to thank Selena Ragland for their service as our Community Outreach Coordinator, since they will also be leaving on September 25. Selena worked diligently on the Growing Out of Poverty grant from RMAPI with School Without Walls, provided support to partners such as 490 Farmers, and represented SEAC at various community meetings and through social media. Selena has been a valuable asset to SEAC over the past year and a half.
We are sad to see them go, but we know their work in the community doesn’t stop here.
SEAC Board of Directors
Interested individuals in becoming our next Executive Director, or for general inquiries, please contact SEAC’s Chairman of the Board, email@example.com.