Akron Children’s Hospital Foundation recently inducted three new members to its ranks: Paul M. Dutton, Valerie A. Geiger and Kara Hannum Lewis.
“Each new member brings his or her own specialized set of skills and experiences,” says John Zoilo, executive director of Akron Children’s Hospital Foundation. “We’re honored to have them as a part of our organization and look forward to working together and using their talents to serve the children and families of our community.”
Paul M. Dutton
Mr. Dutton is a member/partner in the law firm of Harrington, Hoppe & Mitchell, Ltd. in Youngstown. He also serves as solicitor to the Village of Lordstown and general counsel to the Mahoning Valley Economic Development Corporation and its affiliated enterprises. A Youngstown native and an advocate for the Mahoning Valley, he’s a graduate of Youngstown State University and Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Mr. Dutton lives in Liberty Township, Trumbull County, Ohio, with his wife Sallie. He enjoys spending time with his six children and seven grandchildren.
Valerie A. Geiger
Ms. Geiger is a senior vice president in Corporate Banking at PNC Bank. A graduate of The University of Akron, she serves on the board for the university’s College of Business Administration Advancement Council. Ms. Geiger also sits on the boards of the Akron Automobile Association, the Community Improvement Corporation of Summit, Medina and Portage counties, Seton Catholic School, United Way of Summit County and Walsh Jesuit High School, where she’s a member of its finance committee.
Kara Hannum Lewis
Ms. Lewis is the president at Winslow Asset Management Inc. in Beachwood. A 1995 graduate of Denison University with a bachelor’s degree in economics and a minor in East Asian studies, Ms. Lewis serves on the finance committee of the American Quarter Horse Association and is a former corporate sponsorship chair of the March of Dimes Walk for Babies.
The Akron Children’s Hospital Foundation Board comprises 35 community supporters who are actively engaged in the role philanthropy plays at the hospital. To learn more, call the Foundation at 330-543-8340.
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