Community Foundation welcomes two new board members
The Community Foundation of Washington County MD Inc. elected Ed Lough and Sabina Spicher as its two newest board of trustee members at a recent board meeting.
Lough has worked as a financial adviser at Northwestern Mutual for 28 years. He received a Bachelor of Science in education from Frostburg State University. He has served on numerous boards, including the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, Sunrise Rotary Club of Hagerstown and the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. He was on the Maryland Symphony Orchestra board of directors for 15 years and is currently vice president of the Washington County Commission on Aging board.
Sabina Spicher is the director of business strategy and accounts at Spichers Appliances and Security. She graduated from Shippensburg University with a Bachelor of Science in computer science. She served as a board member and president of Y-Me of the Cumberland Valley (now Breast Cancer Awareness-Cumberland Valley), president of the Saint James School Parent Association and creator and president of Girls on the Run of Washington County. She also coached the girls’ varsity tennis team for more than 10 years at Saint James School.
The Community Foundation of Washington County MD Inc. has a five-year annualized investment return that makes it one of the top performing community foundations in the country. The foundation has more than $39 million in assets and has distributed more than $20 million in grants and scholarships since 1997.
Source: The Herald-Mail Media