Elizabeth Stanek Executive Director
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Elizabeth Stanek is the Executive Director for Linking Families and Communities. Her responsibilities include daily management of the agency, meeting with community partners, facilitating collaboration, and overseeing contract origination, amendments, renewals, fund billing/accounting and reporting of performance measures and outcomes. Elizabeth grew up near Clare and graduated from Humboldt High School. Graduating from Central College in 1996 with a BA in Education, Elizabeth began working as a special education teacher and coaching at Clarke Community Schools until taking the position at Linking Families and Communities in June 2000. Elizabeth finds working at Linking Families and Communities a rewarding experience where the greatest opportunities for successful prevention and early intervention exits thus giving kids the best start possible which affects the need for special education services. Elizabeth resides near Callender with her husband, Jeff, and their three children, Brock, Madelyn and Drew.
Corinne Frei Decategorization/Community Coordinator
Email: email@example.com Corinne Frei is responsible for the overall implementation and day-to-day operations of the Decategorization and Community partnership for Protecting Children Initiatives in Calhoun, Pocahontas, Webster, Hamilton, Humboldt and Wright County areas. Corinne specializes in board coordination, planning, development and contract monitoring, in addition to community outreach. She graduated from Iowa Central Community College with an AA in 2010 and went on to receive her BA from William Jewell College in 2014. Previous work experience includes Residential Case Manager and Medication Manager of Rabiner Treatment Center as well as Assistant Softball Coach, Housing Coordinator, and Adjunct Instructor at Iowa Central Community College. Corinne enjoys being a part of Linking Families and Communities because her position allows her to assist in transitioning children to safe environments as well as strengthen family bonds.