Attorney General Richard Cordray has announced his appointments to the Charitable Advisory Council. According to Cordray, “each of these appointees comes to the table with a unique perspective along with considerable knowledge and experience . . . I have the responsibility of ensuring that charitable organizations fulfill their missions and obligations to the communities they serve. I will look to this Council for guidance.” Serving on the council are: Barbara Baker, The Center for Community Solutions, Cleveland; George Espy, Ohio Grantmakers Forum, Columbus; Mary Gallagher, Ohio Hospital Association, Columbus; Joyce Garver Keller, Ohio Jewish Communities, Columbus; Barbara A. Kraig, The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland Foundation, Cleveland; George Ondick, AMVETS Department of Ohio, Columbus; Jennifer Campbell Williams, Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations, Columbus; Elaine Woloshyn, Center for Nonprofit Excellence, Akron; Dr. Stephanie Moulton, John Glenn School of Public Affairs, The Ohio State University, Columbus; Kip Morse, Better Business Bureau Foundation of Central Ohio, Inc., Columbus; Monica Moran, Service Employees International Union District 1199, Columbus and Bradley Bebout, Marion Community Foundation, Marion.
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