For Kiwanis to thrive in an ever-changing environment we need to adapt with creative vision and bold actions. I believe I can energize and inspire our organization and potential partners; together we can build a stronger and more vibrant system which will improve membership, service, image and fiscal responsibility.
What qualifies you to become an officer of Kiwanis International?
My education in personal/organizational health and leadership, profession as a leadership and organizational development consultant and my extensive Kiwanis background will assist in cultivating effective solutions. I have a proven ability to unite teams toward a common goal and am passionate about being part of a positive organizational transformation.
How will you leave your mark on Kiwanis?
I want my passion for helping children and communities to help transform Kiwanis into a stronger, more viable organization which serves more children and enjoys a higher level of awareness worldwide with members and partners who are not afraid to tackle large projects to grow happy, healthy, safe and loved children.
As a 23-year Kiwanian, I have served in almost every leadership position from club committee chairman to president of the Kiwanis International Foundation. I have consulted, facilitated training sessions and volunteered worldwide. My husband, Past Governor Gus Erickson, and I have five grown children and seven grandchildren.
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