FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Director, Public Relations & Marketing
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Cincinnati, OH ·· February 3, 2016 ·· The Board of Directors of Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries Rehabilitation Center, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has elected two new members of the board for the local nonprofit organization. Mr. Brad Thiery of Multi-Craft and Mr. Douglas D. Thomson of Frost Brown Todd LLC have been appointed to serve on its Board of Directors. Goodwill’s Board of Directors helps to set policy and formulate governance issues and procedures for the organization.
Mr.Thiery is employed at Multi-Craft, a family owned marketing support services provider where he helps to guide clients in their marketing strategy and helps them to develop multi-channel marketing campaigns. Mr.Thiery has been an active member of the Rotary Club of Cincinnati and was one of the youngest members to ever be elected to the Board of Directors for the 100 year club. He has served as secretary/treasurer for the Rotary Club of Cincinnati’s Foundation and as Vice President of the club. He is also active with the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital, Mount St. Joseph University and the Todd Frazier Foundation.
Mr. Douglas D. Thomson is a member of Frost Brown Todd LLC, where he counsels the firm’s clients on general corporate and commercial matters, contract drafting and negotiation, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, restructuring and corporate governance. Mr. Thomson advises non-profit organizations in all legal aspects of their operations, including regulatory compliance with both the IRS and the Attorney General. He is a frequent speaker on topics of interest to non-profit organizations. Mr. Thomson is active with local organizations including, Interact for Health, Knowledge Works Foundation, Cincinnati Opera and BMF Pediatric Clinics.
For 100 years, Ohio Valley Goodwill has been providing skill training, employment and personal enrichment programs for men and women with disabilities, veterans and at-risk youth. Each year Ohio Valley Goodwill serves more than 3,500 people and in 2015, the organization helped almost 1,000 individuals to get jobs in the Greater Cincinnati community. Donations to Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries have made this mission of service possible for the past century helping thousands of Greater Cincinnati citizens get jobs in the community.
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