DAYTON, Ohio (January 24, 2018) – Nominations are approved and the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce announces its newest Board of Trustees for the Education & Public Improvement (EPI) Foundation. Many of the companies and organizations represented are long standing community partners.
The members of the EPI Foundation Board of Trustees are:
|Doug Anspach, Member||Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP|
|Tawnya Darlington, Secretary/Treasurer||Darlington Consulting|
|J. Thomas Maultsby, Member||The United Way of Greater Dayton Area|
|Dan McCabe, Chair||CareSource|
|John Middelberg, Member||Chase|
|Phillip Parker, President||Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce|
|Suzanne Winters, New Member||Wenco Construction Company|
|Niels Winther, New Member||Think Patented|
These members will serve two year terms. The EPI Board of Trustees review the activities of the EPI Foundation and approves decisions and action. They also approve and monitor budget, grants, awards and designated funds. The Board meets quarterly during the months of February, May, August and November.
About Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce
The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce brings together more than 2,400 businesses and organizations in a 9 county area surrounding Dayton, Ohio. The Chamber strives to improve the region’s business climate and overall standard of living through public policy advocacy, economic development initiatives and providing networking and training opportunities for its members. Nationally awarded with “5-Star Accreditation” from the United States Chamber of Commerce, the Dayton Chamber is widely recognized for its innovative programs and outstanding contribution to positive change in the region. Information about the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce is available at www.daytonchamber.org or 937-226-1444.