Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Large and small circles

The Role of the Board

UCS is governed by a Board of Directors — a minimum of nine residents of Bennington County and/or Rensselaer County, New York. It is the board’s responsibility to assure that the agency provides comprehensive services to all residents in the service area, regardless of the client’s ability to pay. Much of the work of the board is done by its committees.

Each year, the Board embarks on its Annual Fund campaign, with the goal of bringing in additional income to support UCS’s ever-expanding programs and services and help ensure ongoing access to all who need it. This campaign of outreach to individuals and corporations, managed by our Community Relations Department, depends on active involvement of UCS’ board members and key agency staff. 

The Board closely monitors the quality of service that UCS provides. So does the Vermont Agency of Human Services, federal representatives, state auditors, and the Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

Meet Our
Board of Directors

  • Robert W Thompson headshot

    Robert W Thompson

    President – Manchester

  • William Baldwin headshot

    William Baldwin

    Secretary

  • Dave Ballou from the chest up smiling wearing a black suit with a red and blue tie.

    Dave Ballou

    Bennington

  • Kristi Cross smiling on a gray back drop. she is wearing a black blazer with a maroon shirt

    Kristi Cross

    Bennington

  • Charles Letourneau headshot

    Charles Letourneau

    Vice President – Bennington

  • Nathanial Marcoux from the chest up smiling while wearing a black suit with a yellow-golden tie.

    Nathanial Marcoux

    Treasurer

  • Headshot of woman with a blue necklace and a black top

    Joanna Mintzer

    Dorset

  • A portrait of Stephanie Mulligan from the chest up. she has blonde hair and is wearing a navy blue top.

    Stephanie Mulligan

    Bennington

  • A portrait of Lee Romano from the chest up. He is smiling and wearign a blue plaid button up shirt with a yellow tie.

    Lee Romano

    Dorset