Michigan Community Service Commission

The Michigan Community Service Commission strives to build a culture of service by providing vision and resources to strengthen communities through volunteerism. MCSC's duties include: Develop a three-year comprehensive national and community service plan for the state that shall be updated annually; Oversee and submit the state's applications to the Corporation for National and Community Service and other public and private funding sources; Establish policies and procedures for the use of federal funds; and Develop initiatives to promote community service in coordination with existing programs.

The Commission consists of 25 members, each of a particular expertise, to serve 3 year terms. 
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Statute

 

Contact Information

Michigan Community Service Commission
222 N. Washington Square, Suite 100
Lansing, MI  48933
517-241-3606
 

Members

Kathleen Marie Cain-Babbitt, Plainwell
Represents local labor organizations
Term expires: 10/1/19
 
Peter Spadafore, Lansing
Represents local government
Term expires: 10/1/21
 
Douglas Ferrick, Northville
Represents business
Term expires 10/1/19

 
Katharine Janes, Mt. Pleasant
Represents individual between the ages of 16 and 25 who is a participant or supervisor in a program defined in section 101 of title I, 42 U.S.C 12511
Term expires 10/1/19

Kathy Wilbur, Okemos
Represents experts in the delivery of human, educational, environmental, or public safety services to communities and persons
Term expires 10/1/19

 
David Parent, Ann Arbor
Represents business
Term expires 10/1/19

Diana Veronica Rodriguez-Algra, Lansing
Represents volunteer sector as outlined in the Edward Kennedy Serve America Act, section 1606(2)(B)
Term expires 10/1/19

Peter Lemmer, East Lansing
Represents experts in the delivery of human, educational, environmental, or public safety services to communities and persons
Term expires 10/1/19

Lorna Utley, Grosse Pointe Woods
Represents individuals with expertise in the education, training and developmental needs of youth, particularly disadvantaged youth 
Term expires 10/1/19
 
Kelsey Snyder, Ann Arbor
Represents an individual between the ages of 16 and 25 who is a participant or supervisor in a program defined in section 101 of title I, 42 U.S.C. 12511
Term expires 10/1/20
 
Jessica Ives, Grass Lake
Represents business
Term expires 10/1/20
 
Scott Hiipakka, Milford
Represents experts in the delivery of human, educational, environmental, or public safety services to communities and persons
Term expires 10/1/20
 
Beverly Grant, Grand Rapids
Represents individuals with expertise in the education, training, and developmental needs of youth, particularly disadvantaged youth
Term expises 10/1/20
 
John Graham, New Boston
Represents Native American Tribes
Term expires 10/1/20
 
Judith Watson-Olson, Gwinn
Represents individuals with expertise in the education, training, and developmental needs of youth, particularly disadvantaged youth
Term expires 10/1/20

Maria Holmes Belleville
Represents business
Term expires 10/1/20
 
Anne Mervenne, Royal Oak
Represents business
Term expires 10/1/20
 
 
Heidi Magyar, Laingsburg
Represents experts in the delivery of human, educational, environmental, or public safety services to communities and persons
Term expires 10/1/21
 
Michelle Rrabideau, East Grand Rapids,
Experts in the delivery of human, educational, environmental, or public safety services to communities and persons
Term expires 10/1/21
  
Bob Kolt, Haslett
Represents experts in promoting voluntarism in older adults
Term expires 10/1/21
 
Angela Ayers, Bloomfield Hills
Represents experts in the delivery of human, educational, environmental, or public safety services to communities and persons
Term expires 10/1/21
 
Corey Utley, Okemos
Represents community-based agency
Term expires 10/1/21
 
Dan Olsen, Charlotte
Represents experts in the delivery of human, educational, environmental, or public safety services to communities and persons
Term expires 10/1/21
 
Aubrey Moon, Macomb Township
Represents business
Term expires 10/1/21
 
Sheila Alles, Northville
Represents the Superintendent of Public Instruction
Term expires 10/1/21