Sioux Falls, July 12, 2012
Jennifer Kline's first official day as executive director of South Dakota Voices for Children was July 1. Here she visits with a supporter at a Sioux Falls reception that welcomed her and bid farewell to retiring executive director Susan M. Randall.
Susan M. Randall (left), who retired June 30 after 13 years as Voices' executive director, visits with Mary Potter (center) and Lucille Quanbeck, both members of the Sioux Falls Branch of the American Association of University Women.
Gary Hansen, Tom Dempster and Ron Moquist (left to right) at the Sioux Falls reception that welcomed new executive director Jennifer Kline and bid farewell to retiring executive director Susan M. Randall.
Jennifer Kline with Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether.
John Hegg (left), South Dakota School Counselors Association, Sioux Falls and a member of the South Dakota Afterschool Partnership Steering Committee with Erin Bofenkamp, Partnership director.
Chepa Rank (left), Fort Thompson, a member of Voices board of directors and fellow board member Tom Simmons. Simmons hosted the Farewell/Welcome reception at Westward Ho Country Club in Sioux Falls.
Susan Randall (right) with Jennifer Kline's sister Leigh Leshovsky (left) and Karen Cero (center).
Scott Jones (right), Pierre, who is chair of Voices' board of directors and reception emcee and fellow board member Joanne Groves, Huron, visit with Thad Titze (back to camera). Titze, a student at Augustana College, is a past chair of Voices' Youth Advisory Council.
Sharon Boysen of Sen. Tim Johnson's Sioux Falls' office, announced Johnson had submitted a Congressional Record statement on behalf of Susan Randall's retirement.
Longtime Voices' supporters Sid and Leann Sheggeby of Sioux Falls.
Congressional candidate Matt Varilek (right) with Tom Simmons of Voices' board of directors.
Rapid City, June 22, 2012
Alan Solano is CEO of Behavior Management Systems, Rapid City and vice chair of South Dakota Voices for Children's board of directors. He served as emcee at a June 22 Black Hills luncheon at which Voices supporters bid farewell to retiring executive director Susan Randall and welcomed new executive director Jennifer Kline.
Susan Randall accepts congratulations on her retirement from Rapid City Mayor Sam Kooiker.
Voices' new executive director is Jennifer Kline, who comes to the organization after seven years in leadership positions with the national Multiple Sclerosis Society.