The Ozarka College Foundation has selected Lee Ann Thomas of Stone County to serve on the foundation board of directors. Board members serve a five-year term and work collectively to support the mission of Ozarka College to provide life-changing experiences through education. The Ozarka College Foundation Board encourages participation and volunteerism in a variety of ways and foundation members serve in a public relations capacity to represent Ozarka College in their individual communities.
Lee Ann owns and operates several businesses in Mountain View: Re/Max Edge Realty, Edge Property Management, A Cleaner Edge, Hometown Title, Legacy Lending and the UPS Store. Lee Ann began her career in real estate in 2014 and has steadily grown her businesses to currently employing 15 people.
Lee Ann has two children and two grandchildren and resides in Mountain View. "I am passionate about our community and excited to serve on the Ozarka College Foundation Board," states Lee Ann. "We are lucky to have a college in our community and it's important for community members to support the college and students seeking higher education in our area."
The Foundation Board has members from Izard, Fulton, Sharp and Stone counties. "Lee Ann brings energy and passion for her community to the board. I'm certain she will work hard to promote the College and be a strong member of the Foundation Board," according to Suellen Davidson, Director of Development at Ozarka College.
The Ozarka College Foundation, organized in October of 1991, is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, charitable foundation with all endeavors focused on expanding educational opportunities for and service to the College's students and community. For more information about the Ozarka College Foundation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 870.368.2059.