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Three join, four leave Foundation board

Posted on Jul 19, 2017, by

We are welcoming three community leaders who are adding their expertise to our Board of Directors.

Beth Flaherty

Flaherty

Beth Flaherty of Neenah, an independent legal services professional, recently concluded two years chairing the board of the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center as part of 11 years of service on that board. She received the 2013 Celebrating Volunteers Hanns Kretzschmar Award for Excellence in the Arts. Her community leadership also encompasses other arts organizations and the Women’s Fund for the Fox Valley Region.

Pawlak

Greg Pawlak of Appleton, senior vice president and financial advisor at Pawlak Investment Group – RBC Wealth Management, has more than 30 years’ experience in the field. He has dedicated his career to working with high-net-worth private clients and their families, corporations, retirement plans, foundations and other institutional investors.  He currently serves on the Community Foundation’s Investment Committee.

Johnson

James Johnson  of Oshkosh is executive vice president of Oshkosh Corp. and president of its Fire & Emergency Segment. He is responsible for the overall operations of the Fire & Emergency Segment, consisting of the Pierce, Oshkosh Airport Products, Oshkosh Specialty Vehicles and Frontline Brands.  He is also an attorney and spent several years practicing law, focusing on commercial litigation.

 

Cathie Tierney, President and CEO of Community First Credit Union, has been appointed our FY 2017-18 board chair, succeeding John Hogerty, who continues to serve on the board.

 

We extend our sincere thanks to Keith Depies (pictured on right), Steve Hooyman, Rick Schinke and Jeff Werner (pictured on left) who departed the board after many years of service.

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