June 2, 2012
Since Trip McMillan left, this organization has lacked an effective CEO management style which would have balanced their budget and helped their employees be more productive. Mr. McMillan left in 2008 and was replaced by Douglas Dillow (originally from Illinois) most recently from Tacoma, Washington; where he ruined the council, financially and from a PR standpoint. His and the board's bad decision-making has led to a very bad balance sheet...Mr. Dillow's firing and, unfortunately the firing of their COO who was caught up in the politics of the CEO's dismissal. We volunteers will miss the COO, as he definitely possessed the ethics and managerial courage to 'right the ship'. Currently, much incompetence and mistrust prevails. Very sad.
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