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STEPMC Board Announces New Executive Director Angela Brunk


By Steps to End Poverty of McPherson County


McPHERSON COUNTY, Kan. — The Board of Steps To End Poverty of McPherson County (STEPMC) is excited to announce the hiring of Angela Brunk as the new Executive Director. 

Angela comes to STEPMC with extensive experience in the local school system having most recently served as a teacher in USD 418. Along with teaching, Angela has a passion for swimming and serves as the head coach for the USD 418 Girls High School Swim Team. 

In addition to these professional duties, Angela is deeply involved with the local community through service, including trail maintenance along the Meadowlark Trail with the high school swim teams and volunteering in multiple capacities for the Refuge Church Camp. 

“The board and staff are all ecstatic to welcome Angela onto the STEPMC team. Her local connections and the high praise she receives from professional and community contacts makes us confident that Angela is an excellent fit to move STEPMC forward in the Executive Director Role,” says current Board Chair Monica Frye.

Angela will officially begin her work with STEPMC in June.