CFMC Welcomes Two Community Members to the Board of Directors

The Community Foundation’s Board of Directors welcomes two new Directors, Marc Levin of Haddam and Middletown and Anna Wasescha of Middletown.

news_levinMarc Levin has long been active in Middlesex County. The owner of Mallove’s Jewelers of Middletown, Marc is a founding member of the Council of Business Partners at the Community Foundation. Marc and his fellow business leaders on the Council of Business Partners have been instrumental in the development and implementation of the “No Bully Zone” program at Keigwin and Woodrow Wilson Schools in Middletown. The anti-bullying program principles were integrated into Oddfellow’s production “Snow Angel” in 2012.

Prior to his election to the CFMC’s Board of Directors, Marc was involved in many professional and community activities, including serving on the Board of Directors of the Xavier High School Alumni Association, the Connecticut Jewelers Business District Association, and Rushford, a Hartford Healthcare Partner. Marc will continue to serve on the Council of Business Partners and will also serve on the Community Foundation’s Development Committee. 

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Anna Wasescha has had a varied and interesting career that has taken her all around the world, from St. Paul, Minnesota to Beijing, China. In 2011, she made Connecticut her home to serve as president of Middlesex Community College. Prior to this appointment, she served as Special Assistant to the President of the Minnesota State Community and Technical College System at Fergus Falls.

Anna has always been dedicated to serving her community. She was the Founder and Director of Farm in the City in St. Paul, a garden-based educational and cultural program for children and a supplemental English language program for new Americans. Anna will continue to serve on the Community Foundation’s Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls Committee and will also serve on the Development Committee.

 

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