Board of Directors
Recently retired as President of Landscape Forms, a Kalamazoo-based company that is well-positioned as the Global Premium Brand of Site Furniture, Lighting and Accessories. Landscape Forms has recently won the Wall Street Journal Award for Best Small Companies and has frequently been nominated for the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award.
Deb Minton is senior director of philanthropy and strategic initiatives for the Grand Rapids-based Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors. Deb oversees philanthropy, strategic initiatives and the expansion of the Phoenix Society’s growing list of U.S. and global corporate partners in the health care, surgical, fire-protection, insurance and tissue-bank sectors.
John Armstrong is President of ICF Next, a global services consulting company that combines expertise with cutting-edge engagement capabilities to help clients solve their most complex challenges, navigate change, and shape the future.
The Chief Financial Officer at John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids. Michael is responsible for the overall financial management and strategic direction of the Zoo. Prior to moving full-time to the Saugatuck/Douglas area, Michael spent the past 20 years managing finances and balancing budgets for several Chicago area not-for-profit institutions, including The Family Institute at Northwestern University and Lincoln Park Zoo.
Roxanne Decyk is a retired international oil and gas executive and active independent director of NYSE companies and not-for-profit organizations. Before retirement, she led a portfolio of global functions for Royal Dutch Shell and served on Shell’s executive committee. She currently chairs the Governance and Nominating Committee of Maxar (a space technology company). is Chair Emeritus of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and Vice-Chair of Sinai Health Systems.
A digital marketing strategist and retired partner and Chief Marketing Officer at Plante Moran. Jeff currently sits on the board of ACCESS, and previously served on the board of the Detroit Institute of Arts, Leadership Detroit, Center Galleries Advisory Board (College of Creative Studies), and is a founding member of Cabaret 313.
joined the Saugatuck Center of the Arts Board in 2018, having previously served on the Wharton Center for Performing Arts Board, and the Boarshead Theatre Board in Lansing while living there with her family. Her volunteer experience and interests have been focused on the performing and visual arts, endowments and fund development.
Currently serves as the Chorus Master for Opera Grand Rapids, and the Director of Music for First (Park) Congregational Church (Grand Rapids). He also serves the Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck as its Special Events Director.
A Board Certified Audiologist and the owner of Holland Doctors of Audiology. He was born and raised in Athens, Greece, and immigrated to the U.S. in the 1980s to pursue higher education.
is Managing Director/Partner at Lambert Edwards. He has a successful track record in public relations, earned media campaigns, cause marketing, social media activations, event promotions, advertising and brand positioning. Matt’s work includes successful product launches on behalf of brands including Chiquita®, Old Orchard Brands, Jamba®, Moose Tracks® ice cream, T.G.I. Friday’s snacks™, Seattle’s Best Coffee®, Vidalia Brands™ and others.
is a senior consultant at Steelcase, where she has held positions in sales and marketing. She is currently on the guest experience team, hosting clients from all major market segments which keeps her current on design and workplace research.
A recently retired accountant who spent her career in Arkansas, Texas, and Michigan with The Dow Chemical Company. Before retiring and relocating to Saugatuck in late 2013, she served as Director of External and Corporate Reporting for Dow and was a member of Financial Executives International.
Owner of Symbiote, located in Zeeland, Michigan. Randolph began his career with Herman Miller on the team that launched the original modular system for healthcare. At Symbiote he and his team design lab furniture for the Life Science, Tech Labs, and Aerospace markets.
Jim Sellman currently holds a Real Estate Broker license and was formerly a Registered Social Worker in Michigan. He is a supporter of the arts of all forms such as visual, performing, musical, culinary and particularly the arts that impact the quality of life in the Saugatuck Douglas community. Currently Jim serves on the Board of Children’s First Lakeshore and 4 Paws Lakeshore and a Grant Committee Member for the Allegan County Community Foundation.
Recently retired as National Leader of KPMG’s US Financial Services Practice with almost 38 years of experience with the firm. Brian also led KPMG’s US Banking and Capital Markets Practice. In 2013 Brian completed his term as the global lead partner for The World Bank Group audit in Washington, D.C .and in 2015 a second term as the HSBC North America lead partner.
Freelance marketer, social media manager, and special events manager. She serves as social media manager for SPAX, USA, and regularly blogs on creativity and the West Michigan community.
Managing Partner of Van Meter Associates, a Chicago-based investment advisory offering individual portfolio management services to individuals and small to mid-market institutional clients.
is senior vice president for consulting and business development for NACUBO. This national organization serves college and university finance officers. Jim oversees the consulting practice, builds relationships with sponsors to support NACUBO’s work, and leads a grant focused on ways institutions can strategically financing equitable student outcomes to increase completion rates of students who have historically been underserved. Jim previously served as vice president for enrollment management and student affairs at three universities.
has been active with various nonprofit organizations for more than 30 years both in Illinois and Michigan. She served as Board Chair for the Elmhurst Educational Foundation, Buttons and Bows Nursery School, and the Elmhurst Symphony. Carol was an elected as an Alderman to the Elmhurst City Council from 1989-97. For the past 10 years, she has worked with the Fennville Elementary School on Battle of the Books, a literacy program, for 4th and 5th graders. She is also the current Chair of the Zoning Board of Appeals for Ganges Township.