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Rosenberg & Cook Join Futures Board of Directors

November 2013 - The Futures Unlimited Board of Directors would like to announce Shiloh Rosenberg and Cari Cook have recently joined the board.

“Futures Unlimited, for almost 40 years now, has been fortunate to have dynamic, committed and knowledgeable community members at the helm of our organization,” says Futures President/CEO, Tom Kohmetscher. “With the addition of Cari and Shiloh to the board, we continue with that legacy and are excited about the experience, expertise and leadership skills they bring to our agency.” 

Shiloh Rosenberg is no stranger to Futures having worked the past seven years in Futures preschool classrooms providing mental health services as an employee for Sumner Mental Health Center as well as being a Futures preschool parent herself. “Her everyday experiences as both a professional in the field, an active mom, and her past experience as a member of the agency’s Policy Council will provide an important perspective in our leadership,” says Tom. Shiloh is married to Barry and they have one child, Cameron who is 4 years old. 

Cari Cook is also no stranger to Futures having worked in a variety of capacities at Futures for 23 years. “Cari actually started with Futures as a high school intern working in our business office,” says Tom. “She’s been in a number of management positions with us over the years and has been the person responsible for the development and implementation of our IT and electronic communications systems until she retired from Futures earlier this summer. She brings to the board a true “insiders” perspective in regard to our management and reporting systems. I’m really excited that we can continue to have her in such a key role within the agency.” Cari is married to David and they have one daughter, Bethany who also worked and volunteered a number of years at Futures. Cari also serves as the secretary/treasurer of the Chisholm Trail Museum Board of Trustees and as a member of the Sumner County Historical & Genealogical Society.

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