Kiwanis has great potential to address the needs of children and communities in the next hundred years. As a trustee, I want to contribute my administrative and business experience to create a more effective organization that will focus on club growth, youth support, name recognition and empowerment of members.
What qualifies you to become an officer of Kiwanis International?
My experience in Kiwanis, business and community organizations has prepared me to be trustee. I have acquired and demonstrated the ability to explore new ideas, build effective teams, manage challenges and establish a consensus with large teams. I enjoy working with people in planning, evaluating, organizing and implementing new ideas.
How will you leave your mark on Kiwanis?
My primary goal is to strengthen all segments of Kiwanis. The mark I would love to leave on Kiwanis would be that I promoted and advocated for Kiwanis and Kiwanis youth to the point that Kiwanis is recognized as the leader in growing youth into outstanding world citizens.
A resident of Westminster, Maryland, Art is a Capital District Kiwanian. Professionally, Art is a pharmacist and successfully owned and managed several professional venues. He is active in his community and church and has been married to Vickie for 41 years and they have three adult children and three grandchildren.
For more information about Art, consult his campaign website or contact his campaign coordinator, Jeffrey Wolff, at Jeffrey@wolff.net. Connect with Art on Facebook or LinkedIn.