|Greg Peterson||Dodge County, Consumer Representative|
|Tim Tjosaas||Dodge County, Public Official|
|Neil Witzel||Executive Committee; Dodge County, Private Sector|
|Ruth Fallon||Treasurer; Fillmore County, Consumer Representative|
|Randy Dahl||Fillmore County, Public Official|
|Karen Johnson||Fillmore County, Private Sector|
|Patricia Sorenson||Freeborn County, Consumer Representative|
|Glen Mathiason||Freeborn County, Public Official|
|Lenore Fries||Vice President; Freeborn County, Private Sector|
|Jason Reiland||Houston County|
|Larry Connery||President; Houston County, Private Sector – Fiscal Professional|
|Tina Bell||Mower County, Consumer Representative|
|Polly Glynn||Mower County|
|Janice Ball||Secretary; Mower County, Private Sector|
|Janice Schultz||Executive Committee; Steele County, Consumer Representative|
|Rick Gnemi||Steele County, Public Official|
|Rick Wittrock||Steele County, Private Sector|
|Brenda Boettcher||Winona County, Consumer Representative|
|Chris Meyer||Winona County, Public Official|
|Joe Hoffman||Winona County, Private Sector|
|Brian Lipford||Attorney Liaison|
|Chrissa Mueller||Head Start Liaison|
As a Community Action Agency, Semcac has a unique governing body. The Semcac Board of Directors is required by federal law to have representation from three sectors: 1/3 represent consumers; 1/3 represent public officials; and 1/3 represent private community organizations.
Each of Semcac’s seven primary service area counties—Dodge, Fillmore, Freeborn, Houston, Mower, Steele and Winona—is allowed a representative from each sector: consumer representatives, private sector representatives, and public officials.
Board meetings are typically held at 6:30 p.m. on the second Monday of every month at the St. Charles Community Center. Board members determine goals and set policies for the private, non-profit corporation. Board members are reimbursed for mileage to and from meetings and for child care during board meetings.
Interested in Joining the Board of Directors
Persons interested in serving on the Semcac Board of Directors may request more information by contacting (507) 864-7741 or email@example.com
Consumer members – must meet Energy Assistance Program (EAP) income guidelines, be 18 years or older.