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SeneGence Non-Profit Appoints New Board Members

June 19, 2013

Three new additions to The Make Sense Foundation.

SeneGence International’s non-profit organization, The Make Sense Foundation, named new additions to the board of directors, Independent Distributors Toni Jo Artz and Kelly Robertson, Vice President of Marketing Kirsten Aguilar, and Director of Distributor Development Leslie Boyd-Bradley.

The Make Sense Foundation is a non-profit organization that assists women and children in crisis. This organization was created to enable the Independent Distributors of SeneGence International to share their success with others who are less fortunate. The idea is to give back to the communities which helped so many women in their own careers – sharing collective success through community involvement.

“Members of the non-profit Make Sense Foundation are excited as they plan to take a new direction and a giant step in evolving fund raising efforts and visibility for its good works by helping women and children in need across the nation,” said SeneGence Founder and CEO, Joni Rogers-Kante. "All of these woman bring their talents and influence to help the board achieve the foundation’s annual goals as well as to help identify new organizations in need, while bringing a creative, productive, and positive energy to the group.”

As Directors on the board, Aguilar and Boyd-Bradley’s duties include: marketing the foundation, promoting and participating at events and fundraisers, aiding in the determination of allocation of funds, selecting other organizations to collaborate with, and helping to handle donations.

Distributor Directors Robertson and Artz are a welcomed addition, bringing their talents and influence to help the board to achieve its annual goals, as well as to help identify new organizations in need. The two will bring the perspective from those working in the business, as they are involved directly with representing the SeneGence line, but also by promoting the foundation at Distributors events.

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