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Cathy Potter Named Woman of Distinction


Last night, Cathy Potter was honored at the annual Salute to Women event. The Salute to Women program honors women who have excelled in their work, community and family. Honorees are leaders, role models and mentors who have had a tremendous positive impact on the lives of the citizens of our community.

Cathy Potter served on the Lafayette Urban Ministry Board of Directors for nine years from 2005 through 2013 representing St. Andrew United Methodist Church. She served in various leadership positions on the board and was elected President in 2013.

Cathy’s service at LUM was marked by collaboration, consensus building, a good listening ear and a great ability to bring people together to advance the Mission of LUM. This was no small task given the fact that the LUM board is comprised of 44 directors!

She was instrumental in the planning and development of the first-ever LUM Good Samaritan Fund Follies fundraising event and along with her many board responsibilities has a special love for LUM Jubilee Christmas and LUM Camp. Cathy’s presence is felt everyday at LUM and her spirit and vision are evident in many caring and compassionate ways LUM serves at-risk children and working families in our community.

Join us in congratulating Cathy Potter for this well deserved and prestigious honor.

  • To learn more about Cathy Potter, read the recent news article, click HERE.

 

Meet the LUM Executive Council – Cathy Potter


President: Cathy Potter


2013-02-20 LUM board meeting 011 (2)Cathy has represented her church, St. Andrew  United Methodist Church since 2000 and currently is the president of the LUM Board.

She is the mother of a daughter and two sons and has three grandchildren. Cathy enjoys reading, meeting new people, traveling, gardening, and any new experience. She is retired from Purdue University where she served as a development officer. In addition to her church and LUM, Cathy is active with the League of Women Voter of Greater Lafayette where she served as the president for two years.

She believes that LUM is a brilliant idea and plans on focusing on its ability to help others, engage in social justice, and continue to advocate for immigration reform.