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Minutes: OIC Leadership Team Meeting (February 1, 2022, 5:00 P.M., St. Paul’s Church)

Leadership Present: Madeline Iseli (Interim Chair), Judy Cook, Leigh Ann Fulford,

Kristi Hale, Healy Jackson, Norb Klopsch, Dan Turben, Kyle Ramey

Absent: Roger Crum, Jeremy Newport

Others Present: Kate Furmanski and Josh Green

Meeting was called to order at 5:06 PM.

I. Approval of Minutes – Judy Cook moved to approve, seconded by Dan

Turben. All in favor, none opposed.

II. Adopting Proposal – Discussion was held that the proposal will be a

dynamic strategic framework that the OIC will use to develop

committees and direct its activities and initiatives.

a. ACTION ITEM: Leadership team will provide suggested edits to

Madeline Iseli by 8PM on Sunday evening.

III. Planning 2021 Annual Report

a. Healy Jackson has created a chronology of OIC events that will form

the basis for the annual report that will be shared with City Council,

Library Board, School Board, and the membership at the annual

membership meeting.

i. ACTION ITEM: Jackson will share the document with the

Leadership Team and asked that each member review and

send edits through tracked changes.

b. The committee that will work on the annual report is Jackson, Iseli,

Furmanski, and Fulford.

IV. Annual Membership Meeting - The meeting will tentatively include

presentation of a slate of leadership for membership vote and sharing the

strategic framework with opportunity for membership feedback. The

committee to work on the annual memberhip meeting is Kristi Hale, Leigh

Ann Fulford, Madeline Iseli, and Dan Turben.

V. Finance Report – No report from Treasurer Jeremy Newport. There are

some reporting requirements as a 501c3 and the group wishes to ramp up fundraising. Iseli will discuss with Newport.

VI. Fundraising

a. Dan Turben reported on latest fundraising efforts.

i. A $500 gift from an anonymous donor is expected, which will

bring the OIC’s accounts to about $13,000.

ii. Turben expects to hear back about a donation from Kettering

Health in the next 30 days.

b. Leigh Ann Fulford will contact the Dayton Foundation to get a way for

Josh Green to put a credit card “donate now” button on the OIC


c. The OIC’s fundraising efforts to date are unrestricted.

d. There was discussion about the value and importance of pursuing

community research.

e. Iseli and Turben briefed the OIC leadership on the Kettering research

project. Iseli/Turben will share their PPT at a future meeting.

VII.Leadership Team Membership Development Discussion – Leigh Ann Fulford

and Madeline Iseli met with a few people regarding OIC leadership. Before

next meeting of membership, the list of potential leaders should be reviewed

and honed down.

a. Kyle Ramey made a motion, seconded by Norb Klopsch, that Josh

Green and Kate Furmanski be made members of the leadership team.

All in favor, none opposed.

VIII. Next Meeting will be on March 1st. Agenda will focus on the General

Membership Meeting

IX. Future Meeting Topics

a. Talk with school staff

Dan Turben made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Kyle Ramey. All in favor,

none opposed. Meeting was adjourned at 5:00 PM

Next Regularly Scheduled Meeting: Tuesday, February 1, 2022 – 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.


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