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Art Boulet is the Director of Finance and Operations at WYSO. He has spent the last decade working on the financial side of both for-profit and nonprofit organizations with annual budgets ranging from $2.5M to $25M. Art is also certified as an Associate Professional in Human Resources by the HR Certification Institute.

Bruce Bradtmiller is a physical anthropologist and Senior Consulting Scientist at Anthrotech. He is the lead author of ISO standards on anthropometry. He serves on the board of Miami Valley Public Media (WYSO), and has previously served on the boards of the Yellow Springs Community Foundation, Yellow Springs Historical Society, Friends Care Community, Yellow Springs Children’s Center, and Chamber Music Yellow Springs.

Margaret Dunn completed her general surgery training in 1982. She spent 40 years as a Wright State faculty member and ultimately Dean of Medicine. She continues to practice breast surgery part-time at Soin Medical Center. Margaret also served as the CEO and President of Wright State Physicians, a non-profit health care provider with over 300 employees and revenue and annual revenues of $45 million


Scott Geisel (President) teaches at Wright State University, specializing in composition, business writing, and writing for science majors. He has managed a small business, and a university student support center where he hired, managed, and provided ongoing training for a staff of 45. He worked for the Yellow Springs Community Foundation and helped to found the YSCF Nonprofit Leadership Institute, working with nonprofits to train and mentor college students.

Mitch George is the VP of Business Development for Clean Water Environmental, LLC. He works in industrial environmental processing and management. He is an avid backpacker and hiker, and he enjoys learning about Glen Helen history and contributing to its long-term success.

Jon Horvath is a General Manager at Trader Joe’s. He has previously been a General manager at Marriott. Jon brings sales and management experience to the Glen Helen Association.


Jeremy Main (Treasurer) is a consultant and CPA who assists clients with merger and acquisition finance integrations, accounting system implementations, and managing accounting teams and processes. When he worked for a Fortune 500 worldwide Healthcare Company, he facilitated the accounting integration of a $2 billion dollar acquisition, coordinated the financial close, and led an accounting system implementation.


Betty Ross (Vice President) retired after almost thirty years as Director of Glen Helen Raptor Center. While there she was instrumental in the formation and leadership of a statewide organization (OWRA) for individuals in the wildlife education and rehabilitation fields, and worked closely with the Ohio Division of Wildlife to establish relevant state guidelines and regulations. She received several awards from the Division of Wildlife and OWRA for her work on behalf of Ohio’s wildlife. Bet is also a current Board member of the Tecumseh Land Trust.


Dan Rudolf has been self-employed for more than twenty years as an Electronic Hardware Design Engineer with an interest in renewable energy and conservation. He owned an energy audit company, served on the Yellow Springs Energy Board, was a founding member of Yellow Springs Solar Co-op, and has been active in Drive Electric Ohio.


Paul Sampson is the President of a consulting group in Xenia, which provides technical expertise for projects for DOE and commercial industry. He has thirty years of experience in all facets of program management, finance, contracting, engineering design, and technology transfer. He is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, an OSU Extension Master Gardener, and an Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist.

Yasmeen Soin works with Soin Neuroscience and Soin Therapeutics. She studied Alternative Dispute Resolution and later earned an LLM in Intellectual Property. She helped start the Ohio Pain Clinic and oversaw work for the Surgery Center at Corporate Way. She has served on the boards of the Miami Valley School and the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, and has helped start TargetOhio, a nonprofit focused on elevating the voice of Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in Ohio.


Kat Walter (Secretary) is the Program and Operations Director at the Yellow Springs Community Foundation. She was an Encore Miller Fellow, engaging multi-generational collaboration among Student Miller Fellows, nonprofits, and the community. She helped create and teach the Nonprofit Leadership Institute for college students and nonprofit board members. She was on the Community Solutions Board during the purchase of a farm and major development campaign.

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