Established in the fall, The University of Findlay Board of Counselors is an assembly of successful men and women—alumni, parents, and friends of the University who are committed to the growth and development of the University and its mission. As experts in a variety of fields, they offer insights to Dr. Fell and her leadership team based on their perspectives in the community and act as valuable partners and door openers for the institution.
As part of their spring meeting, the board had the opportunity to tour the new labs in the Davis Street Building. Led by Dr. Michael Edelbrock, professor of biology and director of lab facilities, the tour gave a look at these impressive facilities that expose students to hands-on experience with modern research equipment and technology. In their meeting they also looked at the University’s newest academic majors in sonography and nursing and explored future programs under consideration.
“As leaders and stakeholders, members of the Board of Counselors serve as active ambassadors on behalf of the University in their community and place of employment, as well as among neighbors, friends, prospective students and donors, and other key individuals of influence,” says Dr. Marcia Sloan Latta, vice president of University Advancement.
Current members are listed below:
Chuck Daniels – Vice President, Miller Contracting Group
Sherri Garner Brumbaugh – President, Garner Trucking
Nan Guglielmi – Community Volunteer
Duane Jebbett – President/CEO, Rowmark, Inc.
Rick Little – President/CEO, ImagineNations Group
Elaine Little – Community Volunteer
Scott Malaney – CEO, Blanchard Valley Health Associates
Mike Mallett – CEO, Mallett Enterprises
Rick Norton – President, NMC Group
Alec Reinhardt – Retired EVP/CFO/Director, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company
Sandy Reinhardt – Community Volunteer
Brant Rhoad – Attorney, Scherner, Sybert & Rhoad, LLC
Terry Terhark – ADP President, Talent Acquisition Solutions
Jeff Sailer – Executive Director/CEO, Toledo Zoo
Lisa Vignerot – Sr. Program Manager, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement