The YMCA of Northern Rock County’s Board of Directors has chosen three new directors from a short list of candidates recommended by a group of Y members.
Officials at the Oconomowoc YMCA are taking over executive leadership of the YMCA of Northern Rock County under an agreement the Y says will last three months and possibly longer.
In the wake of Tom Den Boer’s exit as YMCA of Northern Rock County CEO, the Y board has left questions unanswered and is being “secretive,” a lawyer for a group of four concerned YMCA members said Tuesday.
YMCA CEO Tom Den Boer said in a press release that many recent comments and accusations about his work at the YMCA “have no basis in fact or are founded on innuendo.”
The YMCA of Northern Rock County's Board of Directors has placed Y CEO Tom Den Boer on administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation the board launched last week.
The president of the YMCA of Northern Rock County board has resigned, saying he lacks the expertise to deal with a board that has become “divided” under a cloud of concerns by Y members.
Some former YMCA board members say they’ve seen a troubling pattern: If you’re a member of the Y’s board and you ask the wrong questions, you could get “terminated.”
An attorney with a group of concerned YMCA members said documents released by the Y on Thursday do not satisfy the group’s request for records, and they have not ruled out a lawsuit.
A group of YMCA members is threatening legal action if the Y does not release financial documents and other records the group requested in December.
The president of the YMCA of North Rock County Board of Directors has responded to a group of Y members who last week demanded more transparency in the Y’s leadership and in the recent expulsions of some members and board members.
Five members of the YMCA of North Rock County are demanding more transparency, saying several members have been suspended and three board members dismissed after asking questions about the Y’s finances, the structure of its board of directors and its bylaws.