Jim Eisenreich is the founder of the Jim Eisenreich Foundation and continues to be
actively involved in its day-to-day activities. His passion for helping children with Tourette
Syndrome and motivating others to overcome obstacles in their life is contagious.
Meryl Lin McKean joined Fox 4 in Kansas City in 1985 and is currently their health and
medical reporter. This Emmy award winning reporter helps support the Foundation's
outreach and communication efforts, drawing on her diverse knowledge of health and
Dana McMillan is an accomplished early childhood educator and author who has
delivered training to thousands of educators during her career. Dana supports the
foundation in its curriculum development and outreach to the community.
Fran Thornton offers her administrative and organizaitonal expertise from her career
with AT&T to the Eisenreich Foundation to keep us all 'on the same page'.
Penny Williams is a Parent Educator with the Parent as Teachers program in the Blue
Springs School District and understands first hand the challenges of dealing with
children with Tourette Syndrome and its related disorders. Her passion for children and
families drives her involvement with the Foundation.
Randy Williams has spent his career in corporate communications and is the Director
of Community Relations for the Kansas City Art Institute. He brings his corporate
foundation experience to the Jim Eisenreich Foundation to help with program and
strategy development as well as community outreach.
Contact Us Jim Eisenreich Foundation
Post Office Box 953
Blue Springs, MO 64013