BEND, Ore - United Way of Deschutes County announced Tuesday the election of seven new members to its board of directors.
The board is leading an organizational transformation to achieve greater impact in our community by bringing together people and organizations to address issues and challenges that affect us all.
The new members of the Board are Jamie Christman, Bend Chamber of Commerce; Ron Gregg, Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church; Jennifer Moss Lewis, PacificSource Health Plans; Corinne Muldoon, Patheon; Anne Pendygraft, Telecare Corporation; Thereasa Roy, Kollective; and Colleen Scott, La Pine Community Volunteer.
Jacob Fain, Morgan Stanley, has been elected to serve a one-year term as the president of United Way’s board of directors. Other board officers will be elected in January.
“This is a critical time for our organization. The board provides the visionary leadership needed to create lasting and measurable change in our community, and to affect conditions that contribute to our community’s biggest challenges,” said Eli Ashley, outgoing United Way board president. “Together with the nonprofits with which we partner, as well as our business partners and individual stakeholders, we can create a healthier and more prosperous Central Oregon for everyone in our community."