Union Station Homeless Services announced the organization’s new Board of Directors Officers effective July 1, 2022, and the election of new board members.
By News Desk
Serving as Chair will be Jesse Torres, Principal, ArroyoWest, LLC, with Maxine Harris, Vice President and Senior Trust Officer, Bank of the West, continuing her role as Vice Chair and Eric “Tony” Gronroos, CPA, Hinton, Kreditor & Gronroos, LLP, continuing in his role as Treasurer. Angela Serranzana, Hackler Flynn and Associates will serve as Secretary. Charles Thuss, Chief Financial Officer, Inter-Con Security Systems is returning to the board as Assistant Secretary & Treasurer.
“Now is a critical time in the homeless sector. We need strong and committed leaders to guide us as we continue our mission to end homelessness and rebuild lives,” states Anne Miskey, CEO Union Station Homeless Services. “We are looking forward to the contributions of our Officers and entire Board as they are guided by the belief that everyone deserves a life of dignity and a place to call home.”
New Board Members elected since the last Officer installation include Jordan Corngold, Retired Music Editor, Warner Bros; Rita Diaz, Partner/Chair of Litigation Department, Hahn & Hahn, LLP; Dr. Katharine Harrington, Professor Emerita, USC, Marshall School of Business; Jordan Rettig, Chief Pharmacist, Ramona Pharmacy Group; Bill Ticknor, Partner, Locke Lord, LLP; and, Steven Townsend, Managing Director, Market Leader, Wells Fargo Advisors.
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