B.R. Ryall YMCA elects board members
The B.R. Ryall YMCA, a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility has appointed new board members at its June board meeting.
New board members named to serve are Robert W. Wiarda and Jodi Henninger Herbold:
Robert Wiarda is a Wheaton resident with his wife, Sally, and their three children. Wiarda is President of RWW Ventures, INC. and is retired as senior vice president of Northern Trust. Board affiliation includes RWW Ventures, INC. Bob holds a Masters degree in Business/International Finance from the American Graduate School of Management. Wiarda grew up using the Grand Rapids YMCA in Michigan 50 years ago, and he and his family have been members at the B.R. Ryall YMCA for more than 25 years. As almost a life long member of the Y, Wiarda looks forward to giving back.
Jodi Henninger Herbold is a Glen Ellyn resident with her husband, Rob Herbold, and their two children. Henninger Herbold is an Attorney/Director at Huck Bouma, P.C. and received her J.D, degree from the DePaul College of Law. Her involvement with other boards and organizations includes Junior Women's Club of Glen Ellyn, Faith Lutheran Church and Glen Ellyn Economic Development Council. Henninger Herbold looks forward to the opportunity to be more involved with the Y as she has been a member for many years and utilized many of the Y's services.
"Bob and Jodi bring a wealth of experience to the board as well as a commitment to the Y's mission and role as a leading charity in Northwestern DuPage County," said B.R. Ryall YMCA board president, Harley Jordan. "Their experience and connection to the community will be a great asset to the board as we embark on a new strategic visioning process which will help us chart our course for the future."
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