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Todd is active throughout the community as a United Way and Salvation Army volunteer. He also served as Treasurer for Cedar Rapids Library Foundation Board and the Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program.
Pauline is active in the community, volunteering her time on the boards of Big Brothers Big Sisters and Cedar Rapids AniMeals. She also serves as the co-coordinator for the bank's March of Dimes campaign and Big Brothers Big Sisters fundraiser.
Amanda is active throughout the community as a Junior Achievement classroom volunteer; board member of Noah’s Ark Childcare & Preschool; and member of the Iowa School of Banking Advisory Board.
Jen is active in the Corridor, volunteering her time to a wide variety of organizations. She currently serves as board president of Indian Creek Nature Center and board member of Indian Creek Nature Center Trustees and the Rotary Club of Cedar Rapids. She has a passion for economic development and community. Jen served on the founding board of NewBo Market, which was the catalyst for redevelopment of the NewBo District and surrounding area. Other organizations she currently volunteers her time for, include, Horizon’s Meals on Wheels, United Way, and WLCG. She currently serves as councilwoman for the fast growing City of Palo. She is a graduate for Leadership of Five Seasons in 2012 and Corridor Business Journal’s Forty under 40 in 2014, Corridor Business Journal’s Woman of Influence in 2017, and Mount Mercy University's Misericordiae Award in 2018.
Liz is active throughout the community as a volunteer at Dogs Forever, where she serves on the foster committee.
Zach is active in the community as a member of the Exchange Club of Waterloo and volunteer for Junior Achievement and Habitat for Humanity.
Taylor is active throughout the community, serving on the Greater Cedar Rapids Elderly Consortium Board of Directors and is a Chapter Member of the Delta Eta Alumnae. She previously served on the Horizons Board of Directors. Taylor has also volunteered her time as Chair for the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Chair for the Johnson County Livable Community, and a Mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters.