A longtime local nonprofit leader has announced she is stepping down.
Julie Amman, the Director of Development/Marketing with Livingston County Catholic Charities, said that after 21 years in various capacities at the organization, she will be retiring on June 1.
In making the announcement, Amman said she wanted to thank everyone for their “tremendous love, support and prayers” and that it was because of them that LCCC has remained a critical resource and service in Livingston County, helping many thousands of men, women and children.
Amman added that through the 21 years, she has watched LCCC grow to meet the county’s needs from having 4 programs to now having 12.
“It has been an exciting ride and I know that because of each of you and my amazing co-workers and Board members, LCCC will continue to be a major asset in our county,” she said.
Amman also announced that she will be succeeded by Ryan Skomial as the new Director of Development and Marketing.
“I know that you will enjoy meeting Ryan and working with her and our Marketing/Development Coordinator, Gudrun Patton, in the coming years,” said Amman. “Ryan will be a great addition to the LCCC staff. Look for more about Ryan in our June e-newsletter.”