Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona Elects Five New Members to the Board of Trustees
The Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona is pleased to announce the election of new officers and the election of five new members to its Board of Trustees.
Deborah Dale, CFRE, was recently elected chair. The Women’s Foundation also welcomes five new Trustees: Linda Immerman-Stoffers, First Vice President-Financial Advisor at Schaefer, Present and Stoffers Investment Group, Grace Liatti, student at The University of Arizona, Linda J. Lopez, Retired State Senator, Rosenda Ruelas Castro, student at Canyon del Oro High School and Dr. Sarah E. Schram, Dermatologic Surgeon at Pima Dermatology.
Several long-serving Trustees completed two terms of service with the Women’s Foundation this past June. Impressively, they have a combined 35+ years of board service to their credit.
The Foundation staff and board wish to extend our appreciation to the following outgoing Trustees for their dedication and commitment to the Foundation: Gabriela Cervantes, MBA, Marketing Manager/Quality Systems Administrator at AGM Container Controls, Lynn Jonen, Ph.D., psychologist at Sierra Tucson, Margie Lannon, CSA, Owner of Homewatch Caregivers, Caitlin McCormick, student at Barnard College, Allison M. Vaillancourt, Ph.D., Vice President for Business Affairs and Human Resources at The University of Arizona (immediate past chair) and Roxanne Veliz, Partner at Snell and Wilmer.
About the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona
The Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona collaborates to achieve social, political and economic change that empowers women and girls. The Women’s Foundation empowers women and girls through research, advocacy and grantmaking. Leadership development is built into all aspects of the organizations from the nationally recognized Unidas philanthropy program for high school girls to shaping public policy through research and advocacy. With “The Self-Sufficiency Standard” research report, the Women’s Foundation educates policy makers about the economic realities facing women and girls. In 2017, the Women’s Foundation awarded over $700,000 in grants to more than 20 organizations, covering a wide range of needs. Grants are made from annual competitive grant cycles, recommended from donor advised funds and allocated through Unidas. More information: www.womengiving.org.