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At its meeting on September 12, 2017, the Waubonsee Community College Foundation welcomed Patrick Kinnally of Sugar Grove; Nick Ninedorf of Geneva; and Lynn Dubajic of Yorkville to its board of directors.

Waubonsee Community College Foundation Board Welcomes Three New Members

At its meeting on September 12, 2017, the Waubonsee Community College Foundation welcomed Patrick Kinnally of Sugar Grove; Nick Ninedorf of Geneva; and Lynn Dubajic of Yorkville to its board of directors.

Mr. Kinnally is a partner and attorney with Kinnally Flaherty Krentz Loran Hodge & Masur, P.C. in Aurora.  He graduated from Loyola University and received his Juris Doctorate from John Marshall Law School in 1980.  He obtained admission to the Bar in the State of Illinois, the State of Indiana and the U.S. District Court, Illinois, Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals all in 1980 and to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1985.  Mr. Kinnally has been in private practice since 1982.

Mr. Ninedorf is a Financial Advisor with the Batavia office of Edward Jones Investments.  He graduated from the University of Illinois with a Bachelors Degree in Economics and joined Edward Jones in 2010.  Mr. Ninedorf is very involved in the community as the current Board President of the Batavia Chamber of Commerce and a board member of the Tri City Health Partnership. He is a member and past president of the Geneva Lions Club and co-created the Geneva Lions Club Breakfast with Santa. 

Ms. Dubajic is the principal at DLK, LLC Business and Economic Development in Yorkville.  She held the position of Executive Director of the Yorkville Economic Development Corporation from its creation in August 2000 through December 2015.  She continued in the role of Economic Development Coordinator for the United City of Yorkville as a consultant.  Ms. Dubajic serves on the boards of SomerCor504, Inc. and the Fox Valley Family YMCA.  She also serves as a board member and treasurer of Push for the Path.  Ms. Dubajic is well known in the community for business development and spearheaded the development of several projects including Kendall Marketplace; a Rush-Copley Healthcare Campus in Kendall County; the Wrigley Manufacturing Company, LLC plant in Yorkville and Raging Waves Water Park. 

The Waubonsee Community College Foundation is a nonprofit organization that seeks to obtain funding for scholarships, educational opportunities and services to students and residents of Waubonsee’s district. For information, contact the Advancement Office at (630) 466-7900, ext. 2316 or visit www.waubonsee.edu/foundation.

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