Fresh Start Women’s Foundation welcomes new leadership for 2015-16

Fresh Start Women’s Foundation has announced its newly appointed leadership to its three boards for fiscal year 2015-16.

Terry Roman will serve as chair of Fresh Start Women's Foundation Executive Board in 2015-16.

Terry Roman will serve as chair of Fresh Start Women’s Foundation Executive Board in 2015-16.

The executive board includes Chair Terry Roman, a partner at Snell & Wilmer; Vice Chair Lorraine Field, chief people officer at Sonora Quest Laboratories; Treasurer and Finance Chair Katie Scardello, senior VP and senior client manager, Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Secretary Jude Miller-Burke, Ph.D., executive coach, JAMB Consulting.

The Auxiliary board welcomes Nicole Sornsin, senior associate, Snell & Wilmer, as its chair.

Brett Angner, owner of Everyday Investments Realty, will chair the Men’s Board.

The foundation has three boards: the executive board sets policy and governs the foundation; the auxiliary board supports Fresh Start through outreach services and events throughout the community; and the men’s board hosts the Fresh Start Charity Golf Classic each fall.

Fresh Start Women’s Foundation’s mission is to empower women to transform their lives through education and engagement. The organization is dedicated to supporting women who want to thrive and provides a variety of programs and services focusing on three core values: economic self-sufficiency, personal development and education.

The Phoenix-based Jewell McFarland Lewis Fresh Start Women’s Resource Center offers free and low-cost services for any woman age 18 or older. Fresh Start also offers services in the East Valley at the Goodwill Career Center in Mesa and online at www.freshstartwomen.org.

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