Featured photo: Mark Miller.
FLINT, MI – An independent board of trustees governs the assets and funds of the Community Foundation of Greater Flint (CFGF). Trustees are selected for their knowledge of community needs and their professional expertise. CFGF announces the appointment of two community members to its governance board. Joining the board in 2023 are Mark Miller and Jill Norwood.
Mark Miller is a retired General Motors executive who previously served nine years on the CFGF board of trustees and is a member of the community foundation’s Legacy Society. He rejoins the board as co-chair, leading alongside chair Mark Piper. Miller is past board chairman, Michigan Works; executive board member, McLaren Hospital; and current board member, McLaren Foundation. He brings his business expertise to the board, along with his community knowledge of the area.
Jill Norwood was born and raised in Flint. A graduate of Flint schools, she later taught in Flint for 15 years. Her service with CFGF began with the Fenton Community Fund Advisory Committee that she joined two years ago. Norwood is past president and longtime member of the Junior League of Flint. She brings her education expertise and community knowledge to the CFGF board of trustees.
The Community Foundation of Greater Flint partners and leads by influencing and connecting generosity to Genesee County needs. CFGF helps donors support the causes they care about, today or through their estates. CFGF serves Flint and all of Genesee County including its community funds in Clio, Davison, Fenton, Flushing, and Grand Blanc. Its supporting organization, the Foundation for Flint, stewards the Flint Kids Fund in response to the Flint Water Crisis. Learn more at www.cfgf.org.