Wexner Heritage Village Announces Eric Wasserstrom as Board Chair

2/1/2012
COLUMBUS, OHIO – Wexner Heritage Village is pleased to announce Eric Wasserstrom as the organization’s board chair for 2012-2015. In addition, a vice chair, treasurer and secretary are also beginning new three-year terms, as are two new board members.
 

For Immediate Release

February 1, 2012

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Will Schuck, Media Relations
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Wexner Heritage Village Announces Eric Wasserstrom as Board Chair


COLUMBUS, OHIO – Wexner Heritage Village is pleased to announce Eric Wasserstrom as the organization’s board chair for 2012-2015. In addition, a vice chair, treasurer and secretary are also beginning new three-year terms, as are two new board members.

Wasserstrom has served on the WHV board as vice chair, treasurer, and Finance Committee chair since first being elected to the board in 2005. He succeeds Randall Arndt, who will remain on the board in perpetuity as a Lifetime Director. Wasserstrom is president of N. Wasserstrom and Sons and serves on the boards of the Columbus Jewish Federation and the Food Equipment Manufacturer’s Association. He is also a Wexner Foundation Fellow and an alumnus of the University of Colorado and The Ohio State University.

The organization’s other board officers elected for 2012 are: Gary Rosenstein, Vice Chair; Jason George, Treasurer; and Joy Gonsiorowski, Secretary.

Rosenstein is Vice President, Business Development for Nationwide Financial Retirement Plans. He is an alumnus of University of Maryland, where he earned an MBA.

George is an attorney with Frost Brown Todd. He is an alumnus of Indiana University School of Law – Bloomington, and DePauw University.

Gonsiorowski has served on the WHV board since 2005. She currently serves on the boards of the Columbus Museum of Art, Melissa’s House, and the Columbus Jewish Federation, and as a committee member with the Columbus Jewish Foundation; Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Central Ohio; and Women & Philanthropy at The Ohio State University. She earned a B.A. from Baldwin-Wallace College.


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"This team of seasoned community and business leaders offers a combination of talents that will maintain our organization's focus on meeting the current and future needs of the people we serve,” said WHV President/CEO David T. Rosen.

Board members Mark Yale and Jon Young replace outgoing members Dr. Andrew Bokor and Dr. Mark Levy.

Yale is Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer for Glimcher Realty Trust. He serves on the executive committee for Light the Night Walk, and is a an alumnus of the University of Richmond

Young is a portfolio manager and financial advisor with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. He also serves on the boards of the Jewish Community Center and Beth Jacob Congregation, and is an alumnus of The Ohio State University.

ABOUT WEXNER HERITAGE VILLAGE: Wexner Heritage Village is a non-profit provider of health, housing, and supportive services designed to promote healthy living for aging and disabled individuals on our campus and in the community. In life-affirming Jewish culture, our extensive family of services enhances the lives of more than 500 people each day. For details, call 614-231-4900 or visit whv.org.

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