Brenda Cirtin is the city clerk for the city of Springfield. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Evangel University and is a certified municipal clerk through the International Institute for Municipal Clerks. She is the IIMC vice president and is slated to be the organization’s president in 2012. She is a member of Springfield Business Journal’s 2007 class of Most Influential Women.
Sister Ann Crouse is executive director of McAuley Counseling Services Inc., which she helped launch in 1999. She entered Sisters of Mercy of the Americas in 1955, and through her work has filled several roles, including teacher, school principal, family counselor and adult educator. In the community, she has been active with Partners for A Better Tomorrow, which spreads awareness of help available to individuals and families. Crouse is a 2009 Most Influential Women honoree.
Roger Fouché is president of Fouché Enterprises LLC, an information technologies service provider for companies of all sizes. He has more than 20 years of experience in computer networking, infrastructure and design including several in the health care industry. In addition to membership in the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, Fouché Enterprises also donates its services to community organizations such as GYN Cancers Alliance.
Michael Gandy is marketing officer for Arvest Bank, where his duties include creating and maintaining an annual marketing budget and developing and implementing strategies to reach new customers. Gandy holds a bachelor’s degree in education and social sciences from Missouri Southern State University. He is an ambassador for the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce and a volunteer fire safety instructor for children through the American Red Cross.
Kim Sisk is the executive director of in-home and consumer-directed services at Oxford Healthcare, where her duties include supervising and mentoring aides, nurses and staff. She is a partner of the Missouri Council for In-home Services, promoting the value and effectiveness of in-home services to legislators on behalf of the state’s Medicaid population. Her community involvement has included Girls on the Run and the Alzheimer’s Association. Sisk is a 2009 Most Influential Women honoree.[[In-content Ad]]