Leadership changing at MCC Saskatchewan

Emily Summach | Saskatchewan Correspondent

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Saskatchewan is entering a season of transition.

Claire Ewert Fisher has resigned as executive director, a position she has held for the past seven years. In her final report to delegates, Ewert Fisher said, “It is time for new energy and vision in this role. It is time for me to slow down a bit and move more intentionally into what I understand to be my primary giftings.”

Eileen Klassen Hamm, MCC Saskatchewan’s program director, will serve as interim executive director until a new executive director is hired.

In addition, Dan Siebert will replace Peter Guenther as board chair. Guenther, who also sits on the board of MCC Canada, will continue to serve as a member-at-large for MCC Saskatchewan until his term on the MCC Canada board is completed.

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