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PPLD Foundation Elects Three New Board Members

PPLD Foundation

Three new board members have been elected to the Pikes Peak Library District Foundation to serve 3-year terms, beginning in January of 2013: Donald Fulop, Aje Sakamoto, and Dale Condit.

Donald Fulop served as Vice President of Business Development for Lockheed Martin from 1991 - 2011 and was responsible for all aspects of business development operations, as well as strategic and long-range planning. In addition to business development, Fulop also has 7 years of experience as an engineer and 15 years of experience in program management.

Aje Sakamoto is a senior systems engineer with Booz Allen Hamilton with more than 15 years of success applying analytical troubleshooting and project management skills as a consultant to corporate and governmental entities. Sakamoto has previously participated in several trustee and advisory boards, including Leadership Pikes Peak and Pikes Peak Library District.

Dale Condit spent nearly 24 years in the United States Air Force, retiring as a Colonel. During his service, he worked in research, advanced technology, education, and program management. After retiring from the Air Force, Condit went on to serve as president of Leadership 1st, Inc., providing consulting and executive mentoring in leadership, teamwork development, and program management.

The Pikes Peak Library District Foundation also recently elected a new slate of officers: President Jim Weller, Stockmens Bank; Vice President Lynne Telford, Care And Share Food Bank; and Secretary Treasurer Larry Sharrar, former Chief Counsel for Lockheed Martin.

The Pikes Peak Library District Foundation exists to provide for the Library's current and long-term needs by raising funds from individuals, businesses, charitable foundations and government agencies. The Foundation helps individuals establish a personal legacy to the Library through annual giving and bequests to programs, capital projects and the Library's endowment.