Four new members of the 4C for Children Board of Trustees have been announced. Each of these community leaders will serve three-year terms on the board. “We are pleased that these new trustees are willing to share their talent, expertise and energy with our agency,” says Vanessa Freytag, 4C president and CEO.
New members include (Pictured clockwise from the left):
- Angela Faye Lyshe-Thierry is the owner of Kids Are Special People Family Child Care. Lyshe-Thierry lives in Avondale.
- Danielle Terreri serves as assistant vice president and treasury management officer at Fifth Third Bank. Terreri lives in Oakley.
- Audrey Treasure is vice president and executive director of the Workforce Innovation Center, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. Treasure lives in Mason.
- Natalia Votaw serves as director/national accounting and auditing assistant director at BKD, LLP. Votaw lives in West Chester.
“Our board members play a vital role in helping lead our agency into the future.” Freytag says. “We are very excited to have Angela, Danielle, Audrey and Natalia join us as we continue working to ensure that young children in our community have access to quality child care and the opportunity to begin building a solid education foundation that will help them excel in school and life.”
The 4C Board of Trustees is led by Chairperson Mindy McLaughlin, Senior Wealth Advisor and Managing Director, Mariner Wealth Advisors – Cincinnati; Vice Chairperson Brian Judkins, Counsel, Chemed Corporation; Secretary Lynnette Heard, Executive Director, Foundation Board Relations, UC Foundation; and Treasurer Ryan Crowley, Vice President of Finance, Anchor Fluid Power.