Announcing Four New Appointments to Mad Cow Theatre's Board of Directors
Four more Central Florida leaders have joined Mad Cow Theatre's board of directors, which now numbers 12 people. The new members are:
Jonathan Miller, director of the Olin Library at Rollins College in Winter Park
Amanda Perry, an attorney at the Orlando law firm Baker Donelson
Jean Siegfried, a retired Winter Park business owner and a community activist
Timothy L. Young, an Orlando financial consultant and a fundraiser for numerous nonprofits
The four were elected to the theatre's board of directors on June 11. Miller, a native of the United Kingdom, received his B.A. from the University of Sheffield, his master's of Library Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo and his Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh. He came to Rollins in 2006. Under his leadership the Olin Library won the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Excellence in Academic Libraries Award in 2013.
Perry is a member of the business litigation group at Baker Donelson. She is a native of the Ocala area and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida with a B.S. in agricultural education. She received her J.D. degree magna cum laude from UF's Levin College of Law and was Symposium editor of the Florida Law Review. She is serving her fourth term on the board of directors for the Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers.
Siegfried, a graduate of the University of Kansas, operated PDQ Instant Print in Orlando from 1969 until she retired in 2005. She co-founded Ten Thousand Villages, the nonprofit fair-trade shop in Winter Park, where she served on the board of directors until 2012 and is still a volunteer. She is a past president of the League of Women Voters of Orange County, served on the Orange County Charter Review Commission and most recently was president of the board of First Unitarian Church of Orlando.
Young has been a financial consultant and has acted as finance manager, chief financial officer or controller for a range of corporations in Orlando and Hong Kong. He received a bachelor's in business administration from Baylor University. Young founded the Blankner School Foundation and also has been a fundraiser for the Florida Collegiate Summer Baseball League, Lake Highland Prep sports facilities, the Hong Kong International School, the Hong Kong Football Club and a variety of other sports clubs.