Women Helping Women Adds Eight New Board Members
CINCINNATI (Feb. 15, 2017) – Women Helping Women has increased the size of its board to 19 members in 2017 with the addition of eight new members. “The new expanded board reflects the tremendous growth of the agency in the last few years,” said Kristin Smith Shrimplin, President and CEO of the nonprofit agency, “and we are delighted to have attracted such talented individuals.”
The new members of the WHW Board of Trustees include:
- Tammy Imhoff, Associate Attorney, Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP
- Erica Parker, Director, Human Resources, LexisNexis
- Claire Quehl, Human Resource Specialist, AMS Construction, Inc.
- Robin Rich, Chief Shared Services Officer, Peer Health Exchange
- G. Sittenfeld, Councilman, City of Cincinnati
- Tonya Vachirasomboon, Partner, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP
- Julie Washington, President, Inspired Actions
- Andrew Wong, Innovation & New Product Development Consultant, InnoG LLC
In addition, the WHW Board elected the following slate of board officers:
- Susan Kurz, Director of Marketing, Business Development & Client Services, Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL (KMK Law), was elected WHW Board President
- Erica Parker, Director, Human Resources, LexisNexis, was elected WHW Board Vice President
- Jenny Neyer Berg, Executive Director, Leadership Council For Nonprofits, was elected WHW Board Secretary
- Brian Savino, Commercial Relationship Manager, KeyBank, was elected WHW Board Treasurer
About Women Helping Women
Women Helping Women (WHW) empowers survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking by providing advocacy, support, and options for safety and educates the community to create social change. WHW is a 501(c)3 organization founded in 1973 to serve women and men who are survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking in Southwestern Ohio. The agency provides crisis intervention services including hotline, hospital accompaniment, court advocacy, support groups, and face-to-face advocacy for abuse survivors and also conducts training and education in the community to increase awareness of these crimes and aid in their prevention. Funded in part by the United Way, WHW serves more than 12,000 people each year. For more information, visit www.womenhelpingwomen.org.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is a business law firm providing transactional, litigation and government services to clients across a variety of industries and business sectors. The firm also provides estate planning and other services to individuals and non-profits. BGD has served the legal and business needs of clients for more than a century; additional firm information is available at www.bgdlegal.com.