Carbon TraceProductions welcomes long-time friend Linda Roller to be the newest member of the Board of Directors!
Mrs. Roller will take her title as a member-at-large on the Carbon Trace Board of Directors after being officially sworn in at the Q1 B.O.D meeting set for March 7th.
“I grew up and have lived most of my life in Southwest Missouri. I graduated from Bolivar High School in 1975, from Southwest Baptist University (BA in English Education) in 1978, and Southwest Missouri State University (MA in English) in 1988.
I taught English and German at Hartville High School from 1979-83 and at Bolivar High School from 1995-2005, and as an Adjunct Instructor of English and German at Southwest Baptist University from 1983-2012. Throughout my teaching career, I coached girls and boys tennis and girls soccer, directed plays and musicals, and sponsored numerous clubs and organizations.
I also worked as Technical Writer/Office Manager at Micro-Magic Systems from 1983-85; Writer/Photographer at Bolivar Herald-Free Press from 1991-95; and Writer/Editor at The Marketing Bunch in Bolivar from 2012-14.
Recent volunteer activities include The Kitchen Dental Clinic and Children’s Miracle Network. I currently serve as Assistant Girls Tennis Coach at Logan-Rogersville High School and Executive Secretary of the Board of Directors of Springfield Little Theatre. My hobbies include reading, travel, and playing tennis.
I have been married to Doug Roller for 43 years and have three children, Emily Roller, (William) Bryson Roller, and Jenna Roller.”
Current Board of Directors:
- President, Andrew R. Cline, Ph.D.
- Vice President, Jym Wilson
- Secretary, Chelsea Eichholz
- Treasurer, Debbie Rollinson
- Member, Leslie E. Seawright, Ph.D.
Note: The Board of Directors is currently seeking community members interested in helping us fulfill our educational and humanitarian mission. If you are interested, please reach out to us at Carbontraceproductions [@] gmail.com.
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