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Rhonda Impink

Rhonda ImpinkRhonda Impink begins her service as a Western Yearly appointment in fall 2020. She is a graduate of Kutztown University, Pennsylvania, with bachelor’s in social welfare, her M.S.W. from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in social work administration and earned her doctorate in administration from University of Texas-Arlington. As professor emerita at Indiana State University, she brings 24 years of higher education work experience to the Board and 15 years of governmental experience at the federal, state and local levels including nonprofits. In teaching, research and community service she has focused on violence in the family and the community, diversity issues, servant leadership, the need for collaboration, service integration, and creating accountable systems. She is active with Fairfield Friends Meeting, Western Yearly Meeting, and the American Friends Service Committee. She lives in Plainfield with her husband Hugh Hanlin, is a proud mother of two, a stepmother to three and grandmother of seven.

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