YWCA USA Announces New Board Members and Officers New Members Comprised of Leaders From Academic, Business, Health and Public

YWCA USA Announces New Board Members and Officers New Members Comprised of 
Leaders From Academic, Business, Health and Public
Sectors 
WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/13 --  The YWCA USA, one of
the oldest and largest non-profit organizations dedicated to
improving the lives of women and eliminating racism, announced today
that after a nationwide recruiting process, 13 women joined the YWCA
National Board of Directors, effective June 8, 2013. They will serve
on the organization's national board of directors along with four
re-elected YWCA Board leaders. The appointment of the new board was
ratified at the YWCA's National Business Meeting in Washington D.C.
on Saturday, June 8, at the organization's 2013 Annual Conference.
The YWCA National Board of Directors will now be comprised of the
following 17 members: 
Re-elected YWCA USA Board Members: 


 
--  YWCA USA Board Chair: Paula Penebaker, President & CEO, YWCA
    Southeast Wisconsin
--  YWCA USA Vice Chair & Secretary: Azuri Gonzalez, Director, Center
    for Civic Engagement, The University of Texas at El Paso
--  YWCA USA Treasurer: Janet Marcotte, former Executive Director, YWCA
    Tucson
--  YWCA USA Board Member and immediate past Board Chair: Rebecca Hall,
    Executive Director, YWCA Greater Lawrence

  
New YWCA USA Board Members:  


 
--  Sheila Carnicelli, Managing Director, UBS AG
--  Rachel Cheeks-Givan, Director, Global Diversity & Inclusion,
    PepsiCo
--  Katherine Emerich Compagni, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Ithaca College
    (Retired)
--  Tracey Gray-Walker, Managing Director, Head of Association Business,
    AXA Equitable
--  Marsha B. Henderson, Assistant Commissioner for Women's Health, U.S.
    FDA
--  Laura Jennings, Private Investor
--  Paula Green Johnson, Community Volunteer & Advocate
--  Lesley Lopez, Director of Communications, National Immigration Forum
--  Kaydian Lyn, Assistant Vice President, Government & Community
    Partnerships, JPMorgan Chase
--  Aimee Meher-Homji, Client Partner & Leader, International
    Development, Korn/Ferry International
--  Rhonda R. Mims, President, ING Foundation
--  Ruth Oratz, M.D., Director, The Women's Oncology & Wellness
    Practice, Clinical Associate Professor and Firm Chief, NYU School of
    Medicine
--  Patricia Pearman, Executive Director of Oncology & Disease
    Solutions, GE Corporate healthymagination

  
YWCA USA CEO Dara Richardson-Heron M.D. stated, "We are very excited
and honored to add these incredible leaders to the YWCA USA Board of
Directors. In order for the YWCA to achieve continued success as a
national organization, it is critically important for us to engage
individuals who are passionate about our mission, willing to help us
increase the visibility of our national movement and bring new
resources and services to our historic organization."  
The YWCA National Board of Directors is comprised of 17 women from 10
states. Each of these women joins the YWCA bringing their extensive
professional experiences and significant executive leadership
accomplishments from a multitude of industries: Academic, Business,
Health and Public Sectors.  
About the YWCA 
 The YWCA is the voice for every woman. For more than
150 years, the YWCA has spoken out and taken action on behalf of
women and girls. The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism,
empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity
for all. Over 2 million people participate each year in YWCA programs
at more than 1,300 locations across the U.S. 
 For more information
about the YWCA USA, go to: 
 www.ywca.org 
Media Contact: 
Robin Scullin 
(202-835-2358)
rscullin@ywca.org  
James Grant
(917-626-1300)
james@jamesgrantpr.com 
 
 
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