Corner Pieces is proud to have a dedicated and diverse Board of Directors.
Mr. Jim Hunsanger, CPA,ChairmanCurrently the Vice President of Internal Audit and Compliance at Michigan State University Federal Credit Union. Jim attended Alma College where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance and Accounting. Prior to his current position, Jim worked as a public accountant for a regional CPA firm in the Lansing area. Jim is active in the community and is a former volunteer for the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Gratiot County.
Mr. Benjamin Duff, PresidentCurrently works for Christian Freedom International (CFI), an international advocacy, aid, and relief organization for minority Christians around the world. He handles various duties from fundraising, web and print development, and CFI’s microenterprise division. He has a strong background in sales and management. Ben is also the co-founder of Corner Pieces. As a father of an autistic child, Ben seeks to help other autistic children and families coping with the effects and stresses from autism. He and his wife also serve as parent representative on the EUP Great Start Collaborative Board.
Mr. Jeremy LaValley, LLPCurrently a Limited License Psychologist (LLP) and a graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy with a Specialist Degree in School Psychology. Jeremy pursued his Undergraduate studies at Rochester College, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He is currently working toward a Master of Arts in Counseling Degree at Spring Arbor University. Jeremy believes that education is the foundation upon which lives are built. He has dedicated his life to working with youth and has found that they must have a solid knowledge base in order to achieve their true potential.
MI State Representative, Frank FosterCurrently the State Representative for Michigan’s 107th House District. In his capacity, Representative Foster represents the interests of all his constituents in Emmet, Mackinac, and Chippewa counties, as well as a portion of Cheboygan County. This includes oversight of the Department of Community Health, and various issues that affect the daily lives of autistic people in his district.