For Immediate Release
Contact: Saryn Francis
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Washington, DC June 12, 2018 — As YWCA continues its mission of eliminating racism and empowering women, the organization has announced its new board members for 2018.
- Juliet Choi (Director, Partnership for Public Service)
- Victoria Dinges (Senior Vice President of Corporate Relations, AllState)**
- Shannon Isom (Chief Executive Officer, YWCA Dayton)
- Roberta “Bobbi” Liebenberg (Attorney, Fine, Kaplan, and Black)
- Rita Mitchell (Executive Vice President & Manager, First Tennessee Bank)
- Pia Wilson-Body (Executive Director, Intel Foundation)
** appointment of 2nd three-year term
“I am excited and hopeful for the vision of these women, as they continue to uphold the mission of YWCA,” said YWCA CEO Alejandra Y. Castillo. “Each woman brings a unique set of skills and understanding to further our organization’s mission, and I am eager to get the work started to make YWCA USA continue its service and social impact throughout the over 1000 communities where we serve.”
These new members will serve alongside other YWCA board members, which include:
- Sylvia Hill Fields, Chair (Executive Director, Eden Hall Foundation)
- Beth McCaw, Vice Board Chair (President, Washington Women’s Foundation)
- Laura Jennings, Treasurer (CEO, Knack)
- Pam Stegora Axberg (Senior Vice President, UnitedHealthcare)
- Sheila Carnicelli (Former Managing Director, UBS AG)
- Katherine Emerich Compagni, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor (Retired), Ithaca College)
- Victoria Dinges (Senior VP, Allstate)
- Tina Herrera (Senior Director, Sharper Granite, LLC)
- Regina Malveaux (CEO, YWCA of Spokane)
- Nancy Racette (Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer, DRi)
- Sandra Phillips Rogers (Group VP, General Counsel & Chief Legal Officer, Toyota Motor North America)
For more information about YWCA’s newest board members, click here. You can also email email@example.com for any additional questions.
About YWCA USA
YWCA USA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities. We are one of the oldest and largest women’s organizations in the nation, serving over 2 million women, girls, and their families.
YWCA has been at the forefront of the most pressing social movements for 160 years — from voting rights to civil rights, from affordable housing to pay equity, from violence prevention to health care reform. Today, we combine programming and advocacy to create change in three key areas: racial justice and civil rights, empowerment and economic advancement of women and girls, and health and safety of women and girls. Learn more: www.ywca.org.