Tuesday, December 1, 2015, Dayton, OH — Clothes That Work’s Board of Trustees elected Rebecca Cole as Board President beginning January 2016. Rebecca has served on the Board of Trustees since 2013, most recently in the position of Member-at-Large and as a member of the Executive Committee.
Rebecca Cole is the Vice President for University Advancement at Wright State University and President of the Wright State University Foundation, a position she has held since 2011. She joined Wright State in March of 2009 as an Associate Vice President for Development.
Rebecca is a proven leader who has helped generate more than $2 billion throughout her fundraising career at various institutions of higher learning across the country. Rebecca is a graduate of Central Michigan University, where she completed her degree in biology and education and completed graduate studies in healthcare administration. A resident of Beavercreek, she is a 2010 graduate of Leadership Dayton.
“Becky is a fantastic advocate for Clothes That Work,” stated Paula Cosby, Executive Director. “We’re all thrilled that she is sharing her expertise with us and taking her passionate support of our organization to the next level as our Board President.”
During the election, Lisa Wagner, Vice President of Ticketing and Hospitality for the Victoria Theatre Association, was elected to serve as Vice President of the Board. Sierra Kenney, an Assistant Vice President at Fifth Third Bank, was appointed Secretary, and David Clear, a Senior Audit Manager at Brady Ware, was reelected as Treasurer.
About Clothes That Work:
Clothes That Work is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping local job seekers secure gainful employment by providing clients with interview appropriate clothing and personalized confidence building image services. Additionally, the organization conducts educational workshops, gives interviewing tips, and coaches on exhibiting appropriate professional behavior. Call 937.222.3778 or visit www.ClothesThatWork.org to make a financial donation, learn about volunteer opportunities, or find a location to drop off donations of clothing.