The RVNA Board of Directors began a new term on July 1, bidding farewell to three “retiring”members and welcoming new members aboard. Stepping down are Betsy Brand, Mary Jones, and Joyce Ligi who each completed two consecutive terms in June. Returning member Marcie Coffin rejoins after a brief hiatus, and new members Linda MacDonald and Carolyn Nolan began their terms at the first meeting on July 31.
“RVNA is so fortunate to have the support and vast experience of our Board members behind us as we move into our next phase of growth,” says RVNA President and CEO, Theresa Santoro. “Their dedication bolsters us in our mission to provide exceptional care and promote the highest quality of life to community members of all ages and all stages of health.”
RVNA is pleased to introduce…
Marcie Coffin is Executive Vice President and Risk Management Officer for Fairfield County Bank, where she’s been employed for 18 years. She is returning to the Board after a brief hiatus, having originally served from 2009 – 2017. A 20-year resident of Ridgefield, Marcie has dedicated her time to numerous organizations in town. In addition to serving on the board of Ridgefield Sunrise Cottage and the Lounsbury House, she has volunteered for the Ridgefield Library, the Soccer Club of Ridgefield, the RHS Boys’ Soccer Booster Club, and the Lions Heart service organization. Marcie currently serves as one of the town’s elected Police Commissioners.
Linda MacDonald is Senior Managing Director at Ankura consulting group. With 30 years of experience, she is a recognized expert in financial accounting and reporting. Linda holds an MBA in finance from American University, is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner. Her professional work includes 12 years of accounting standard-setting experience with the Financial Accounting Standards Board, and investigatory experience in the Enforcement Division of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Washington, DC. Linda is a Ridgefield resident.
Carolyn Nolan is Chief Strategy Officer for OnQ Solutions, Inc. She has had extensive experience in sales, marketing, operations, and management for organizations across the country, including IQNavigator, Volt Information Sciences, and ActionLink, with additional expertise in strategic planning and organizational change. A Ridgefield resident, Carolyn is no stranger to RVNA and is currently a member of the Rebranding Task Force.