Category: Board

We've built a small primary board of trusted friends of the founder.  Each brings something to the organization but each lacks the same important need.  A diverse perspective and outside opinion from the founders friends. To help bring in a more diverse perspective we're calling on the public to nominate potential Board of Directors members and Advisory Council members for the nonprofit. Nominees should be local or able to help locally. We will get some great nominees but we plan to review the nominees at our monthly board meetings.  So this search will not be overnight. About The Board of Directors Just as for any corporation, the board of directors of a nonprofit has three primary legal duties known as the “duty of care,” “duty of loyalty,” and “duty of obedience.” Duty of Care: Take care of the nonprofit by ensuring prudent use of all...
The board has expanded to include a fifth member, Anthony Hardin.  Anthony works with Apple and has experience working in legislative government as well as political campaigns.  Anthony was approved by a unanimous vote of members during a special polling conducted by Matthew Leffler, President of LFI. Anthony has been elected by the board to serve as an officer.  Anthony will lead programing and as we're a tech organization that includes technology.  Anthony's title is Vice President of Programing and Technology.  Additionally the board shuffled other officers, naming Chris Coffman, Vice President of Administration and Jimmy Ausbrooks, Vice President of Services.  Matthew Leffler remains President and interim treasurer and Chris Coffman has been named interim Secretary. The board also created several standing committees.  The Financial Committee was established to provide oversight of finances.  Matthew Leffler as interim Treasurer is not allowed to serve on this...
Leffler Foundation Inc is determined to advance the opportunities available to at risk young adults in Kentucky. It has become increasingly obvious that technical training and laptops are only useful when the recipient has a safe environment to live. To that need we’ve expanded our original program scope to include providing LGBTQ homeless or close to homeless individuals in Louisville a safe steady living environment. To better help our growing mission the Board of Directors held a members meeting May 14, 2020 in which 66% of voting members where present and by unianimous consent name Jimmy C Ausbrooks, a Kentucky mental health professional, to the Board of Directors.  Jimmy accepted this role and expands our board’s skillset to include mental health as well as technology, legal and education professionals.  The Board now has 4 seats, this now requires a 3/4 vote to pass board decisions...
Feb 21 2020 Leffler Foundation was established.