Minneapolis, MN – The YMCA of the North, a leading nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, recently elected at its annual meeting four new members to its board of directors.
The newly elected members serving a three-year term as board directors for the class of 2026 include:
- Rich Dorn, senior vice president of Operational Risk at Wells Fargo
- Eric Fotsch, director of field experiences, licensure officer and professor at Metropolitan State University in School of Urban Education
- Greg Theis, president and chief executive officer at Liberty Diversified International
- De’Mon Wiggins, executive vice president and president of Industrial and Flow Technologies at Pentair
The following Community Board Representatives are elected to the General Board for a one-year term:
- Y Adventure - Kelly Hyman, Food and Bio 2030 program lead at Cargill
- North Community YMCA - Clarence Jones, executive director at Hue-MAN Partnership
- Hudson YMCA/Camp St. Croix - Scott Jones, vice president commercial lending at Royal Credit Union
- Eagan YMCA - Rachael Reiling, director of strategy & market development at Taylor Corporation
“The appointment of these board members represents the best and brightest leaders in our community to help guide the YMCA to better serve the youth, adults, families and seniors in the greater Twin Cities metro region, southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin so all can thrive,” said Glen Gunderson, CEO and president of the YMCA. “Their knowledge, skills and expertise along with their commitment to our community will be invaluable to the Y as we continue to further strengthen our communities together by fostering wellbeing through transformative experiences.”
To learn more about the Y is supporting our community’s wellbeing, see this video: Supporting Wellbeing Across Our Community.
About the YMCA of the North
The YMCA of the North is a leading nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Established 167 years ago, the Ys provide life-strengthening services across the greater Twin Cities metro region, southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin communities. The 29 Y locations and program sites, eight overnight camps, 8 day camps, and more than 90 child care sites engage more than 370,000 men, women and children of all ages, incomes and backgrounds. To learn more about the Y’s mission and work, visit www.ymcanorth.org.