WATERLOO, IA— The Cedar Valley United Way Board of Directors elected new officers at its annual meeting. Officers for 2015 are Joe Vich, community leader, chairman of the board; Rose Middleton, community leader; Cal Eckhoff, Black Hawk Union Council, Universal Industries, secretary; Sue Armbrecht, MidWestOne Bank, treasurer; and Sharon Juon, community leader, past chair.
Board members elected to new terms include: Samantha Barrett, John Deere Waterloo Operations; Dr. Cynthia Bottrell, Hawkeye Community College, representing the Community Impact Team for Education; Curt Cline, John Deere Waterloo Operations; Holly Dusenbery, community leader; Cheryl Einsweiler, community leader; Wayne Frost, community leader, representing the Community Impact Team for Income; Nick Hildebrandt, StruXture Architects; Beth Knipp, Black Hawk Gaming Association; Mare Madsen-Schmidt, Art Store & More; Bruce Meisinger, Black Hawk County Health Department, representing the Community Impact Team for Health; Meagan Miller, Isle Casino Hotel Waterloo; Nancy Newhoff; The Courier; Vich; and Megan Zuniga, John Deere Waterloo Operations.
Cedar Valley United Way is committed to leveraging resources including financial contributions, community expertise, in-kind contributions and partnerships to fuel impact here in our community. Their focus is to improve and promote education, income and health within the Cedar Valley. For more information about the Cedar Valley United Way, visit www.cedarvalleyunitedway.org.