BEND, Ore. - The Boys & Girls Club of Bend is excited to announce the addition of four new board members: Jana Michel, Tressa Shuttleworth, Andrinna Leask and Jeremy Lewallen. The four new directors join an organization that has, for 24 years, been dedicated to serving the youth and families of Bend.
Michel works as a CPA for SGA CPAs and Consultants, with experience working closely with non-profit organizations. Shuttleworth is a Sales Consultant at Kendall Mercedes in Bend and has a passion for marketing and event planning. Leask is knowledgeable in organizational development and currently works in human resources with local company, Hooker Creek. Lewallen is experienced in the business and accounting world and owns Riverview Tax & Accounting PC.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Bend’s Executive Director, Amanda Gow said, “We are excited to welcome the new members to the Board of Directors for Boys & Girls Clubs. Each new member brings a valuable skill set to our team and a passion for the young people we serve. We are looking forward to making great things happen at the Club with our new team!”
Michel, Shuttleworth, Leask and Lewallen join the now-15-member-board along with current members: Steve Shropshire, Shon Rae, Sarah Harlos, Aaron Trudel, Jim Crowell, Johanna Sylvester, Jacob Espinoza, Katie Gibson, Andee Phillips, Dan Hill and Kameron Neal.
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Bend
Since 1994, it has been the vision of Boys & Girls Clubs of Bend to be recognized as a premiere youth organization in Bend, serving as a catalyst to create hope and opportunities for school aged kids, inspiring success and igniting a passion for lifelong learning, good citizenship and living healthy lifestyles. It is the mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Bend to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. For more information or to make a donation, please visit our website at: www.bgcbend.org or call (541) 617-2877 ext. 0
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