Title: Distribution Committee Chairperson of the African American Endowment Fund
Company: Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
Janet V. Haynes, chairperson of the African American Endowment Fund Distribution Committee of the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of business development
With over 40 years of experience to her credit, Ms. Haynes is a proven expert in the field of business development and administration. Since 2002, she has served as the chairperson of the African American Endowment Fund, a Field of Interest of the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation (AAACF), where she and the committee oversee grant applications and ensures all grants provided are used in support of the Endowment Fund’s positive mission. She previously operated as a church administrator for First Unitarian Universalist Church for 12 years. In her other civic-minded endeavors, she was previously a member of the board of directors and chair of the Family Location Committee for Habitat for Humanity of Washtenaw County for five years, board of directors chair of Community Action Network, a local non-profit organization for seven years and a member of the United Negro College Fund of Washtenaw County for ten years, and was recently elected to the board of directors of Girls Group of Ann Arbor.. Ms. Haynes originally began her career working as an office manager for the Historical Society of Michigan.
As part of her vocational journey, Ms. Haynes pursued a formal education, earning a master’s degree in choral music education at the University of Michigan. She has been a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. since 1990, serving as the chair of the scholarship and recognition committee for three years and as the assistant treasurer for two years of her local chapter. To commemorate her volunteer efforts, she was honorably recognized as the distribution committee chair of the Endowment Fund at the AAACF. Attributing much of her success to her faith and desire to help others, she is notably proud to have participated in a major campaign for the Endowment Fund which allowed them to raise the fund to more than $800,000. In the coming years, Ms. Haynes hopes to continue contributing to her community and helping to improve the lives of its citizens.
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