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Taliesin Preservation's New Board Members

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 19, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified May 18, 2012

Taliesin Preservation, Inc. (TPI), a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization, just announced the appointment of four new board members. Each new member brings with them a valuable background in business, strong ties to Wisconsin, and a passion for the arts and environment; enhancing TPI’s mission to preserve Frank Lloyd Wright’s 600-acre Taliesin estate in Wisconsin. More info after the jump... As stated in the press release: “We here at TPI are thrilled to welcome these individuals...




 

 

Screen shot 2012-05-18 at 8.52.35 AMTaliesin Preservation, Inc. (TPI), a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization, just announced the appointment of four new board members. Each new member brings with them a valuable background in business, strong ties to Wisconsin, and a passion for the arts and environment; enhancing TPI’s mission to preserve Frank Lloyd Wright’s 600-acre Taliesin estate in Wisconsin. More info after the jump...

As stated in the press release:

“We here at TPI are thrilled to welcome these individuals to the board,” said Carol Johnson, President of Taliesin Preservation, Inc. “They each bring expertise to the organization and a keen interest in Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright and the preservation of Wisconsin’s treasured cultural resource.”
 
New members include:
 
Jane Clark is Chief Operating Officer of QTI Human Resources. She has extensive HR experience, in addition to private law firm practice experience. At QTI Human Resources, Clark works with established and start-up companies and organizations in various industries throughout Wisconsin to provide stand-alone human resources services, as well as integrated human resources, payroll and benefits services. Jane graduated from Amherst College cum laude and the University of Wisconsin Law School. She is a member of the Wisconsin Bar Association, TEMPO, and Greater Madison Area Society for Human Resource Management (GMASHRM). She was an InBusiness Madison “40 Under 40” recipient and is an active statewide volunteer on educational, political, preservation, women’s and children’s issues.
 
Dennis R. Dorn lives in Portage, WI with his wife Maribeth Dorn. Dennis has lived in Portage most of his life and is the CEO of Portage Lumber Do it Best, a retail store for building materials and Home Center. Dennis has a life-long interest in music and the arts, and has served on a number of boards for both non-profit and for-profit organizations.
 
Ray Lipman is currently the CEO/Chairman/President of Westbury Bank, originally hired in 1994 as CFO. Prior to Westbury Bank he was an audit manager at Ernst & Ernst. Lipman received his BBA Degree from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater, is a certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Rotary Paul Harris Fellow. He resides in West Bend, WI and is married to Mary Sander. Currently he sits on a number of boards; several of which support the arts in Wisconsin.
 
James Tye is a lifelong resident of Madison, WI and is the Director of Development & External Affairs for the Clean Lakes Alliance, a nonprofit organization leading the charge to improve water quality in the Yahara Watershed. He has served on the boards and committees of many area non-profits. James has been an enthusiast of Frank Lloyd Wright since his childhood.
 
The new members join a 15-member board. To see the entire TPI Board of Trustees, visit the link.

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