HR Green, Inc. (HR Green) announced the election of three members to the Board of Directors of their holding company, Green Companies, Inc. (GCI).
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Newly elected Directors include Jim Halverson, Ajay Jain, and Rick White. As members of Green Companies Inc.’s Board, they will oversee the engineering, technical, and management solutions operating under HR Green and other specialized divisions. Additionally, Green Companies Inc. owns and operates Windsor Manor Assisted Living facilities under GCI Development, LLC.
“All three of our newest Board members embody the spirit of community and bring talent, expertise, and new ideas to the board room. We are very fortunate to have these leaders serve and guide the organization as we continue to live out our mission to Build Communities and Improve Lives,” says Jason Poppen, HR Green’s CEO.
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Jim Halverson is a Principal of HR Green and serves as Assistant Practice Leader for the Governmental Services Midwest Practice. In this capacity, Jim manages much of the Midwest Practice’s operations.
Before joining HR Green in 2001, Jim served in several leadership roles in local government and government-affiliated agencies. Jim has served as Director of the City of Cedar Rapids Department of Development and Linn County Regional Planning Commission (renamed Corridor MPO). In these roles, he oversaw all economic development and land development efforts, long-range city and regional planning, and grants and programming – including federal aid transportation and transit funding. Jim is currently the Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson of the Cedar Rapids City Planning Commission and the State of Iowa City Development Board, respectively.
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