The Marshall County FRN is a catalyst of change, an organization that is responsive to the needs and opportunities in the community. Partnering with community members and public and private organizations, the FRN develops innovative projects and provides needed resources for the area. The FRN’s initiatives demonstrate our organization’s commitment to community development in the region. Over the years, the FRN has worked on building a network of collaborative relationships within the county, understanding that our accomplishments are most successful when we are not acting alone.
Board and Staff
The FRN is comprised of a small, but dedicated team, whose members manage and oversee a multitude of tasks that contribute to the function of the FRN. The overall function and operation of the FRN is overseen by our Board, which is currently made up of nine members.