Leadership At Work

The Board of Directors is a volunteer organization comprised of up to 15 voting board members chartered with advancing the mission of Baypath. The Board is responsible for compliance, financial management, and long-term planning. 

The Board of Directors is directly responsible for the Baypath vision, and will be leading the efforts to both build a new state-of-the art facility in the coming years and ensure its long-term financial viability. In alignment with best practices within the nonprofit world, Baypath’s by-laws include term limits for each board member – totaling a maximum of six years of service before a board member is required to step down for a minimum of one year.

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Executive Committee

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Susan Rossnick

Board President
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Kristin Fitzpatrick, PHR, SHRM-CP

Board Vice President
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Courtney McFarland, CPA

Board Treasurer
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Alissa Gedman

Board Secretary
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Jonathan Miller, Esq.

Member at Large

Board Members

Liz Jefferis

Executive Director
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Andrew Bonetti, CFP

Board Member
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Amy Schrepfer-Tarter

Board Member
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Lauren Drago

Board Member
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Sandra Gittlen

Board Member
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Alyson Cox

Board Member

More On Board Activities

The Baypath Board is structured with six committees. Each committee has an appointed committee chair, documented member expectations, and measures of success.

They are as follows:

HOW CAN I JOIN?

Baypath Humane Society’s Board of Directors are seeking new Board Members!

Expectations of Board Members:

  • Attend and participate in meetings on a regular basis, and special events as able.
  • Financially support Baypath through active participation in major fundraising events, cultivation initiatives, and personal contributions.
  • Participate on a standing committee of the board, and serve on ad-hoc committees as necessary.
  • Help communicate and promote Baypath’s mission and programs to the community.
  • Become familiar with Baypath’s finances, budget, and financial/resource needs.
  • Understand the policies and procedures of Baypath.
  • Prospective Board Members will first participate for 3 months on a Baypath committee before being considered for membership. We are particularly seeking Members from the veterinary, finance, development, or event planning communities.
  • For more information, please contact our Nominating Committee at [email protected]