YWCA Elects New Board Members

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YWCA Elects New Board Members

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The YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County Announces New Board Members

As the YWCA continues its mission of eliminating racism and empowering women, the organization has announced its new board members for 2018-19. New members include:

  • Mary Anne Detmer (Director, Global Talent Management, VPHR, Eastman Kodak Company)
  • Cecilia Golden, PhD (Executive Director of Education, Hillside Children’s Center)
  • Kristin Hughes (Controller, Bonduelle USA, Inc.)

In September 2018 these new members will serve alongside other YWCA board members, which include:

  • Dorothy Coleman, Board Chair (EVP and CFO, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield)
  • Liz Vega, Board Vice Chair (Senior Manager, Public Sector Marketing, US, Xerox Corporation)
  • Jennifer Arbore, Board Treasurer (CPA/Partner, The Bonadio Group)
  • Cynthia Langston, Board Secretary (Senior Vice President, Chief Analytics and Data Officer, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield)
  • Maisha Enaharo (Director, Department of Pediatrics, Rochester Regional Health)
  • Kimberly Kelly (Director, Talent Acquisition, Paychex, Inc.)
  • Natosha McDonald (Sr. Human Resources Manager, Rochester Institute of Technology)
  • Dr. Heidi Macpherson (President, The College at Brockport, State University of New York)
  • Amanda Mari (Director, Strategic Relations, Broadstone Real Estate)
  • Olga Mendez (Director, Member Community Relations, The Gunlocke Company)
  • Kathy Parrinello (Chief Operating Officer, University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital)
  • Judy Seil (Business Banking Unit Manager, Five Star Bank)
  •  Kimberly Shimomura (Partner, Harter Secrest & Emery LLP)
  • Aisha Stephens (Senior Staff Specialist, Center for Campus Life, Rochester Institute of Technology)
  • Katy Stevenson (Manager, Strategy, Planning and Development, University of Rochester Medical Center)
  • Vikki Ziolkowski (Manager, DeJoy, Knauf & Blood LLC)

About the YWCA of Rochester & Monroe County

The YWCA is a powerful resource in our community. We help women and girls who are faced with personal crises including homelessness and young adult pregnancy. We also work hard to dispel stereotypes and promote racial equity. Visit us at ywcarochester.org