YMCA OF GREATER NASHUA WELCOMES TWO NEW BOARD MEMBERS
The YMCA of Greater Nashua has announced that Nashua residents Amir Toosi and Rosmery Torres have joined the Y’s Board of Directors. Dr. Toosi is Dean of Business and Security Studies at Rivier University. Ms. Torres is a Realtor at Purple Finch Realty in Nashua.
The role of YMCA policy volunteers is to provide leadership, guidance and financial support to the organization as it works to provide programs and services to youth and families of the Greater Nashua area. Board members work with staff to develop a long range strategic plan that guides the implementation of programs and initiatives that support the Y’s efforts to nurture the potential of youth, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and give back and support neighbors. “We are excited to welcome Amir and Rosmery to our Board of Directors. Both new Board members bring diverse skills and experiences as they join our team of community leaders on our Board of Directors to aid us in our service to the Greater Nashua region,” said Michael LaChance, YMCA of Greater Nashua CEO.
To find out how to get involved or to donate, visit www.nmymca.org or call 603-598-1533.
About the YMCA of Greater Nashua:
The Y is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. In 2020, the YMCA of Greater Nashua celebrated 134 years of service. Its facilities which are located in Nashua and Merrimack engage over 35,000 men, women and children annually – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Last year, the Y provided $760,000 in scholarships for more than 3,000 children, youth and families to participate in Y programs and membership. For more information about the Y visit www.nmymca.org/about-us.
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