The Board of Trustees at Springer School and Center added four new members for the 2012-2013 school year.
Casey Boland, resident of Bridgetown and a Springer alumnus, is a Vice President at Hengehold Capital Management in Cincinnati. Boland is featured daily on the radio spot “Money Matters” on 700 WLW, where he offers his expertise on investing for retirement. He is a member of the 2012 Cincinnati Leadership Class for the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National MS Society. Prior to his appointment to the board, Boland was an ex-officio member of Springer’s Development Committee.
Since 2010, Patty Wolff, an electrical engineer, is Security Director for dunnhumbyUSA. Her career has included engineering management positions at Procter and Gamble, Hewlett-Packard and the Kroger Company. She is an Edgewood resident, and parent of a 2003 Springer alumnus. “Springer changed our lives,” Wolff said. “I always felt I wanted to give back more than I was able to. With my children in college, now is the time!”
A 1991 graduate and recipient of the Springer Outstanding Achiever Award, Kenwood resident Mimi Cooper Gerwin has a background in education and school counseling. She is an administrative assistant for Frost Brown Todd, and has worked as the After School Services Supervisor for the Children’s Home of Cincinnati. “When offered the opportunity,” said Gerwin, “I jumped at the chance to give back to a school that has given so much to me.”
Ashley Rouster of Erlanger is Volunteer Coordinator for the Interfaith Hospitality Network. She has been employed as Administrator in FemCare Research and Development at Procter & Gamble, and in program outreach and funds development at Women Helping Women. Rouster founded and was president of the Young Professionals of Women Helping Women, and is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. She has also served as Development Chair for the Cincinnati Association of Volunteer Administrators Board of Directors.