MANSFIELD - The Women’s Fund of the Richland County Foundation has welcomed four new members.
The new members are Elizabeth Daniels, Vice President of Administration at Mechanics Bank, Sarah Horrigan-Ramos, Chair of the Dance Department at the Richland Academy of the Arts, Margaret Lin, Diabetes Prevention Program Coordinator at OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital, and Debra Weaver, Program Director at the Mansfield Art Center.
Kristine Lindeman, Owner of Alumni Roofing was elected the Chairwoman and Heidi Jones, Workforce Development Trainer at North Central State College was elected the Vice Chairwoman.
Outgoing Chairwoman Kristie Massa thanked Sally Gesouras, Jill Haring and Edie Humphrey for their dedication after serving the limit of six years on the Women's Fund.
The Women’s Fund is driving a new initiative to make quality childcare affordable and accessible to women facing economic insecurities.
About the Women’s Fund of the Richland County Foundation:
The Women’s Fund was established in 1996 as permanent endowment to support programs that benefit women and girls in our community. The fund has grown to over $1.3 million and has awarded over 411,000 in grants impacting hundreds of lives. In addition, the Women’s Fund has awarded over $50,000 in scholarships to assist women in advancing their education and careers.