Behind every great organization is a great board and The Salvation Army’s Advisory Board got a little greater yesterday.
The Salvation Army Advsory Board installed three new members yesterday during its quarterly meeting.
Each member brings a unique set of talents, experiences, and connections to the community which will be valuable to The Salvation Army as it strives to serve the central Indiana community in an effective and efficient manner. The Salvation Army Advisory Board includes some very familiar Indianapolis names including Jon Quick of WIBC, and Mike Barth of Barth Electric Company.
Installed yesterday were:
Scott Hainey – award winning producer and creative director for WISH-TV8 and WNDY, Lorrie Algate – Administrative Assistant of Special Projects for Clarion Home Care Ambulatory Services, and Beverly Phillips – President of Phillips Communications Group.
The Salvation Army established the local “Advisory Board System” in 1920. It was designed to enlist local professionals, business and civic leaders to provide support to the local unit of The Salvation Army. The Advisory Board is charged with the responsibility of advising and assisting The Salvation Army in all its activities in the Indianapolis community.
If you would like more information about The Salvation Army’s Advisory Board, email [email protected].