Lincoln SCORE Appoints New Executive Board of Directors
In May, Lincoln SCORE (lincoln.score.org) elected a new executive board. Positions will take effect at the beginning of the next fiscal year in October.
The newly-appointed chairman of the board is Darren Lichty, founder of Panology Tech Solutions. Darren became a mentor for the Lincoln chapter in April of 2017 and has since been actively involved within the organization.
Darren can be contacted at (402) 525-0921 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new 1st vice chair is Dan Mauk, executive director for the Nebraska City Area Economic Development Corp. Dan has 19 years of experience in community business development, previously serving as president and CEO of the Norfolk Area Chamber of Commerce and the North Platte Chamber and Development Corporation.
Dan can be reached at (402) 873-4293 / email@example.com.
The new 2nd vice chair is Glennis McClure, an extension educator in the University of Nebraska’s Department of Agriculture Economics. Her primarily role is as a farm and ranch management analyst. Glennis has focused much of her career in assisting farmers and small business owners with business planning and financing, and has been involved in economic and community development leadership.
Glennis can be reached at (402) 472-0661 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new treasurer is Gary Pickering. Gary retired in 2016 and became a SCORE mentor shortly after. He started a graphic design business in 1979 and in the late 90s, he started developing both residential acreage and commercial land projects.
The new secretary is Dr. Paul Firnhaber, a chiropractor at Lincoln Disc & Nutrition Center. Dr. Firnhaber received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University and also holds an MBA from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In 1983, Dr. Firnhaber co-authored a book, “Taking Charge of Your Health,” and he is currently the host of a weekly radio show, “Healthtalk” on KZUM Radio 89.3.
Learn more about how Lincoln SCORE provides free advice and mentoring to help start or grow your small business at lincoln.score.org.