Two Warren residents were recently elected to the Board of Trustees of the Connecticut Community Foundation.

Jack Baker was elected chairman and Margaret W. Field was elected vice chairwoman.

Mr. Baker has served on the foundation's board of trustees since 2007, and served as vice chairman in 2011.

He started at Crystal Rock in 1975 and became fully immersed in the family business and its operations.

Appointed co-president in 1993, Mr. Baker has been instrumental in product and safety development, having designed and patented a number of devices used within the bottled water industry.

Today, Mr. Baker serves as executive vice president and is on the board of directors of Crystal Rock Holdings Inc.

In addition to his commitment to the Connecticut Community Foundation, Mr. Baker is chairman of Warren Planning and Zoning and is a board member of the Warren Land Trust.

He resides with his wife, Pam, in Warren.

A lifelong educator, Ms. Field has volunteered for the foundation since 2004.

She joined the board of trustees in 2007 and served on the governance committee for four years.

In 2012, her fellow trustees elected her secretary of the board.

Ms. Field also served as committee chairwoman of the LitLinks Early Education Initiative.

She retired in 2003 as head of school for Chase Collegiate School, where she had worked for nine years.

Prior to Chase Collegiate, Ms. Field was head of school at Pine Point School in Stonington, and assistant head of school at Greens Farms Academy in Westport.

She began her career as a teacher in the first and third grades.

Ms. Field has served on many boards and committees for schools and educational associations.

She also serves on the board of trustees for the Forman School in Litchfield.

She resides in Warren with her significant other, David Robinson.

Other newly elected members include Wayne McCormack, of Oxford, as secretary, and Charles Boulier III, of Wolcott, as treasurer.

For more information, visit www.conncf.org.