The ACGA Says Goodbye to Retiring Board Members and Welcomes New Board Members
Written by ACGA Governance   
Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:14 AM

Our fiscal year has ended and the ACGA is saying goodbye to retiring Board Members and welcoming an exciting new group to service.  Departing Board Members include: 

Coffman Robert Coffman (1996-2020), who served in multiple roles, most recently on the Development and Rates and Regulations Committees 
Gletherow Catherine Gletherow (2012-2020), who was Audit Task Force Chair and also served on the Development Committee and the Finance and Investments Committee 
Lapole Lindsay Lapole (1999-2020), former long-term Board President, who most recently served on the Development Committee 
Lutz Cris Lutz (2015-20), who served on the Engagement and Governance Committees
Soft Jim Soft (2009-2020), who held many positions and most recently served on the Audit Task Force and the Engagement Committee

Catherine and Cris brought vibrant energy and new ideas during their tenures.  And long-term members Bob, Lindsay and Jim served on nearly every committee and guided the organization through years of change, greatly professionalizing the organization and expanding its outreach.  Lindsay Lapole deserves special commendation for his many years of leadership as Board President.

ACGA is pleased to introduce the following new Board members:

Cable Edwin Cable, CPA, CFP
Director of Gift Planning
Denison University 
Clark Kinna N. Clark, JD
Director of Gift Planning Services and Executive Director
North Carolina Gift Planning LLC, University of North Carolina System 
Kurdzos Renee V. Kurdzos
Executive Director, Gift Planning
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Leib N. Shane Leib, FSA, MAAA
Moody's Analytics/GGY Axis, Director and Client Management/Solutions Specialist
Lecturer in Actuarial Sciences at the University of Notre Dame 
Melvin Catherine Melvin, CPA, CITP
Indiana University Foundation 
Throne Angela R. Throne
Gift Planning Operations Manager
Texas A&M University Foundation
Yuen Dien Yuen, JD/LLM, CAP
Assistant Professor of Philanthropy
American College of Financial Services

We look forward to their service in the coming years.