DCTB Board of Directors
The Dane County TimeBank is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are governed by a Board of Directors who oversee our staff and maintain the integrity of the organization and its mission. January, 2018 was our most recent board election. All board members serve two year terms.
2018 Board of Directors:
LISA DUGDALE, President
Lisa Dugdale is the Executive Director of the Center for Community Stewardship, which provides fiscal sponsorship and community facilitation to social entrepreneurs. She has served on the Timebank Board since 2016, and is active in the community as a volunteer, biker, and coach to entrepreneurs.
You can contact her through her timebank profile if you’d like help with a resume, or would like to take advantage of her inexplicable love for painting walls and anything else she can get her hands on.
JEANIE VERSCHAY, Vice President
MARY GIRARD, Secretary
Mary Girard is a creative writer working now on a couple of books. She returned to Madison eight years ago to be a care giver to her aging parents. She immediately began volunteering with a variety of non-profits and has been involved with DCTB and CORE. As an "accidental consultant," her passion is to help organizations stay true to their mission and realize their vision. As a prior Board President for the TimeBank and a current board member, she is committed to improving member engagement and organizational sustainability.
GARRETT LEE, Treasurer
Garrett Owen Lee is the founder of WHY–We Help You, which aims to build asset-based, peer-to-peer, self-help communities centered on positive psychology, mindfulness, and wellness principles. He also is the creator and co-founder of Good Point., which aims to gamify and promote "Good Capital" as an alternative way of valuing one another's intrinsic goodness in our market society. His passions include family, pedagogy, authentic expression, consciousness, mindfulness, social & restorative justice, live music, disc sports, philosophy, truth seeking, creativity, problem solving, puzzles & games, beer & cheese, and having fun.
Amanda has lived in Madison since 2005 and has worked in child care throughout her career. Amanda has an Associate of Arts in liberal studies and a BS in Elementary Education. She loves working with children and meeting new people. Amanda is currently teaching in Madison. Feel free to contact her if you have any questions about the TimeBank.
Sandy Nelson is a returning board member to Dane County TimeBank. She is an avid weather watcher and people helper and first got involved with DCTB when she served as the Ambassador at the 2007 International TimeBank Conference. She was a fire fighter in Waunakee and loves to work to educate people about fire safety.
Ms. Pradhan is a development professional with over 20 years of experience in international development. She has a Masters Degree in Anthropology from Tribhuvan University in Nepal and a certificate in Development Information Management from University of Sussex, Institute of Development Studies in London, UK. She approaches her work from an equity and inclusivity perspective. Expertise areas include communications and public relations, capacity building and change management, and strategic planning and program implementation. Ms. Pradhan has initiated gender inclusive projects involving clean water, sanitation and hygiene in Nepal, South Asia Region and UK.
Mike Godbe is an associate attorney at the plaintiff-side employment law firm, Hawks-Quindel, S.C. He focuses his practice on protecting employee rights in the workplace, and protecting consumers in the marketplace. Outside of work, Mike enjoys turning wooden bowls on his lathe (check out his woodturning instruction offers on time bank’s offers list), gardening, and planning guitar and mandolin. He believes that time banking has amazing potential to support communities and bring people together, and he is thrilled to join the board of the Dane County TimeBank.
Greg has been a police officer since 1998. He has served as a neighborhood officer (NPO) and an educational resource officer (ERO). He is currently assigned to the South District as a patrol officer. Greg has been involved with the Unconcious Bias group since 2015. He was born and raised in Ashtabula, OH.
Greg has an undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University and a Masters from Ohio State University in Public Policy and Management. He started community based restorative justice projects in the community and in the schools, partnering with community organizations like the Dane County Timebank, Madison Metropolitan School District, Dane Co. Human Services, and YWCA.
Do you have time and talent to offer to our Board? Here is a position description.