Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC)

The Local Federal Coordinating Committee is the local governing body (akin to a "Board of Directors") for the Combined Federal Campaign. The LFCC is comprised of volunteer federal employees from many different federal agencies that participate in the CFC. The LFCC approves the local CFC's annual budget, oversees campaign planning and decision making, and makes decisions regarding the inclusion of non-profit agencies in the local CFC.
 


Just a few of our amazing LFCC members!

2016 LFCC

Name Title
Gove Aker Center Director, Collbran Job Corps
Kelly Bongiovi LRS Superintendent, Idaho Air National Guard
MJ Byrne Public Affairs Officer, Bureau of Land Management - Boise District Office, Boise, ID
Tom Cross Automation Instructor, USPS Processing & Distribution, Boise
Brian Dale Senior Management Analyst, Housing and Urban Development, Boise, ID
Dennis Draney Retired Director USPS Processing & Distribution, Boise, ID (non-voting)
Rick Hanson Bureau of Reclamation, Montana
Pania Heimuli Learning, Development & Diversity Specialist, U.S. Postal Service, Salt Lake City, Utah
Sue Johnson-Erner Concessions Management Specialist, Mesa Verde National Park
Mark Jones Clerk of the Court, U.S. District Court
Denise Lage Director, Submission Processing, Ogden IRS
Joni Lubke Executive Assistant, Bitterroot National Forest
Ron Malin Utah Federal Security Director, Dept. of Homeland Security, TSA
Travis Mayer Systems Analyst, National Weather Service
Jan Ogilvie Specialist, Dept. of Energy, Idaho Falls
DeLora Parker Executive Assistant, Dept. of Homeland Security, TSA
Nora Rasure Regional Forester, Forest Service Ogden
Lori Scharf Staff Manager, Federal Aviation Administration
Cliff Spencer Superintendent, Mesa Verde National Park
Michelle Stewart Compliance Specialist, Bureau of Reclamation, Salt Lake City
Kate Walker Budget Analyst, USDA Forest Service
Steve Young Executive Director VA Medical Center, SLC

 

Learn more about the role and responsibilities of the LFCC.

The Intermountain Combined Federal Campaign is managed by the United Way of Northern Utah, which has served as the Principal Combined Fund Organization (PCFO) for the Intermountain CFC for more than 20 years. The PCFO receives no remuneration for its services. Learn more about the role and responsibilities of the PCFO.

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