Fourth positive case of COVID-19 identified in Barton County
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Mazouch named GBCF program officer
Teresa Mazouch

Golden Belt Community Foundation Executive Director Christy Tustin announced the hiring of Teresa Mazouch as Program Officer.

As Program Officer of the GBCF, Mazouch is responsible for all program work of the community foundation. The position focuses on building relationships with non-profit agencies in Barton, Pawnee, Rush and Stafford counties and partnering with them to help achieve their missions. Due to the accelerated growth, the foundation has seen an increase in the amount of funds available for distribution each year. In addition, the Foundation has become proactive in its grantmaking and strategic planning. Mazouch will work closely with other staff and the executive director to guide the distribution process to ensure funds are thoughtfully, fairly and equitably distributed. 

Mazouch, a native of Great Bend, has worked in the utility business for the past business years. She most recently worked as the member services and key accounts manager for Wheatland Electric. She is a member of the Holy Family Parish in Great Bend, where she attends with her three children, Josephine, Meredith and Norah. Her girls attend Holy Family school and stay active in extracurricular activities. She looks forward to incorporating her commitment to serving the community and her love of helping others with her focus on the many opportunities provided by Golden Belt Community Foundation.