Mother Lode Rehabilitation Enterprises Inc. (MORE), a local private nonprofit serving adults with developmental disabilities, is proud to announce the addition of two directors to its board.
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Debi Harlow is the community relations and human resources manager at El Dorado Disposal/Waste Connections. She also serves on the boards of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Hands 4 Hope and Placerville Kiwanis.
Linda Dwyer is a parent to Chris, one of MORE’s clients. She volunteers weekly at the Sacramento Veterans Medical Center in Rancho Cordova and is a long time supporter of MORE.
These two join an experienced and diverse board who are dedicated to MORE’s mission of empowering individuals with disabilities to enhance their quality of life.
Susan Peters CFRE, chair, and executive director at California-Nevada United Methodist Foundation;
Henry Jeter, MBA, vice chair and financial chair and small business owner and consultant;
Christa Campbell, secretary and owner of Rainbow Orchards, El Dorado County Chamber board member and Apple Hill Growers board;
Kevin Arnold, facility manager and treasurer, and Arnold’s For Awards;
Kevin Brown, business owner of Breaker Glass, El Dorado High School board of trustees, and past president of the El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce;
Laura Miner Clark, Dickson Financial Advisors;
Nancy Cramer, retired office manager, LA Unified School District;
Dave Eggerton, general manager at El Dorado County Water Agency;
Carl F. Hagen IV, Placerville City Council, owner of Hagen Insurance;
Ned H. Heaney, past president of Kiwanis of Placerville;
Robbie Montalbano, associate superintendent of administrative services at the El Dorado County Office of Education;
Steve Shortes, insurance agent of Mother Lode Insurance, Episcopal Church deacon and serves as a Big Brother;
Rita Timewell, owner and innkeeper of the Albert Shafsky House Bed and Breakfast, secretary of Kiwanis Club of Placerville;
Ann Wofford, owner and partner of Wofford Acres Winery, trustee of the Camino Union School District;
John Zachry, owner of Minuteman Press Placerville, Work Investment board and Economic Development Corporation board;
Susie Davies, MORE executive director;
David Ashcraft; client council president.