Experienced business leaders join governing board
01/14/2020 // ZEELAND, MICH
– Lakeshore Advantage announces the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors. Joining the board are Scott Lubbers, Vice President, Fifth Third Bank; Jeff Stutz, EVP and Chief Financial Officer, Herman Miller; and Sandra Trammell, Assistant Vice President, HR & Support Services, Holland Hospital.
“We are excited that our newest members bring experience in finance, health care and banking,” said Jeff Disher, chair of the Lakeshore Advantage Board of Directors. “Their expertise will provide broader perspective to our strong board.”
As new board members, Lubbers, Stutz and Trammell will advise on the organization’s strategic direction for a three-year term.
“These new board members were selected based on an extensive process and careful vetting by our existing board members,” said Jennifer Owens, President, Lakeshore Advantage. “We are so grateful to these incredibly talented leaders’ willingness to commit their time to support our work.”
The new board members will be introduced at Lakeshore Advantage’s Annual Meeting on January 30 at the Pinnacle Center in Hudsonville beginning at 11 am. For information on this event, go to www.lakeshoreadvantage.com/connections2020.
Lakeshore Advantage is currently governed by 19 board members. A full list of the Lakeshore Advantage Board of Directors can be viewed at http://lakeshoreadvantage.com/index.php/who-we-are/board-of-directors.
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: – Scott Lubbers, Vice President, Fifth Third Bank; Jeff Stutz, EVP and Chief Financial Officer, Herman Miller; and Sandra Trammell, Assistant Vice President, HR & Support Services, Holland Hospital
About Lakeshore Advantage
Lakeshore Advantage is a non-profit local economic development organization started in 2003 by forward-focused business and community leaders to ensure current and future generations want to live and work in our vibrant economy. Lakeshore Advantage assists primary employers, from startups to large world-class corporations, in West Michigan’s Allegan and Ottawa counties.
In 2019, Lakeshore Advantage supported 21 business growth projects, resulting in $127 million in private investment and 1,000 new jobs. More at www.lakeshoreadvantage.com.