The Community Foundation's Mobility Master Plan Project for Elkhart County.
Nov 07, 2022 12:00 PM
DATE TBD- Ray Caldwell, CFEC Assoc. Prog. Officer
The Community Foundation's Mobility Master Plan Project for Elkhart County.

Please welcome Ray Caldwell, Associate Program Officer for the Community Foundation of Elkhart County, sharing information about the Mobility Master Plan Project for Elkhart County.

About the Community Foundation of Elkhart County: 
We are part of the unfolding story of generosity in Elkhart County.
We believe the Community Foundation resembles the unique traits of the distinctive ginkgo tree. The ginkgo has a strong root system and resembles strength and hope to those who recognize it – inspiring good. Its leaves have been used for remedies, just as the Community Foundation strives to support nonprofits and various endeavors that improve the health of our community, our businesses, and our people – impacting success. 

MISSION: To improve the quality of life in Elkhart County by inspiring generosity.
VALUES: The Community Foundation is committed to the following as essential to our effectiveness. We aspire to reflect the following values as we serve the community:

  • Integrity: An abiding pledge to honesty, professionalism, humility, and respect.
  • Inclusion: We seek and elevate diverse voices. We are most impactful when our organization and deliberations include people from varied backgrounds, opinions, and perspectives.
  • Excellence: In our every endeavor.
  • Collaboration: We believe in teamwork, both internally and externally. We desire to be trusted partners with community members, civic leaders, and not-for-profit organizations to provide high-impact programs and services benefitting the broadest possible constituency.

About Ray:
Ray Caldwell is Associate Program Officer for the Community Foundation of Elkhart County.  As a program officer, he supports the placemaking process to make Elkhart County a better place to live, work and play. His areas of focus are vibrant downtowns, parks, and trails. Ray joined the Community Foundation in summer 2020. He has both a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Bethel University in Mishawaka and master’s degree in educational leadership from American College of Education. He was a teacher and administrator for 15 years. He and his wife Aliya have two children. He is a musician at heart and enjoys creating and playing music. You could say that creating, recording and producing music is his jam. Ray’s superpower is being a jack of all trades.

This will be a hybrid meeting - - you can attend in-person at Matterhorn Conference Center or virtually on Zoom at noon: 

Meeting ID: 960 144 8006
Passcode: 1917