United Way Services of Geauga County is happy to welcome four new members to their Board of Directors in 2016.
The new members are: Stephanie Zigman from the Geauga County Park District; Heather Moseman, of Moseman Law Offices; Paul Malanaphy of Leaders Properties; and Doug DeLong of Superintendent of Berkshire Schools.
Stephanie Zigman has been the Human Resource Manager at the Geauga Park District since fall of 2015. She is interested in serving on the Board because she has a strong sense of responsibility to help carry out the mission of United Way.
In addition to practicing law in Geauga County, Heather Moseman has experience serving on many non-profit boards throughout Lake and Geauga Counties. Her varied experience, along with her many business and community contacts, will make her a valuable addition to the Board.
Paul Malanaphy is hoping that his service on the Board will allow him to make a positive impact on the life of someone in need. Paul is a property manager of mobile home communities and recently completed Leadership Geauga.
As a long-time Geauga educator, Doug DeLong will bring a wealth of knowledge in the education realm. Doug’s experiences as Superintendent of Berkshire Schools will allow him to provide vital insight into the educational needs of Geauga students.
“Each of the new Board members will provide unique expertise to our organization,” says Kimm Leininger, Executive Director at United Way. “We rely on our Board members to provide key guidance on our organizational direction, community engagement and office operations. I’m excited to have these individuals join us and we look forward to tapping into their knowledge and unique skill sets as we work together with the community to improve lives.”
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