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Board members are diverse in languages spoken, race and ethnicity, and geography.

Our 2023 Board

Board members are diverse in languages spoken, race and ethnicity, and geography. Ten board members speak at least one language in addition to English including Spanish (9), German (1), and Korean (1). Board members identify as Native American (Santo Domingo) (1), Pacific Islander (Samoan) (1), Korean or Korean American (2), Hispanic, Latin(a/o/x) (7), Black or African American (4), and White or Caucasian (7). Among the current board, 17 identify as women and 4 identify as men. Board members are from 19 different states including several regions of the country. New states represented on the board include Michigan, Maine, Missouri, Idaho, and Utah.

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