MCWEF welcomes new advisory board members
In June, the Medina County Women's Endowment Fund gained three new advisory board members. Join us in welcoming Joyce Fuerst, Carol Godard, and Beth Kereszturi to our fund.
Joyce Fuerst is a speech language pathologist at Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital. In her position, she manages both outpatient and inpatient cases serving patients with diagnoses including dysphagia/swallowing, dysarthria and cognitive-linguistic skills. Through her medical career, she's helped patients of all ages within diverse settings, including both public and private practice. Joyce is active in the community serving as a volunteer mentor for families and parents through the Cleveland Clinic Pediatric 4th Angel Mentoring Program. Joyce earned her bachelor's degree from The University of Toledo and her master's degree from Bowling Green State University.
Carol Godard is the administrative assistant at Warriors' Journey Home Inc. (WJH). Founded by Rev. Dr. John M. Schluep, WJH is a nonprofit organization that provides veteran healing circles in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Carol has been a resident of Medina for the past 10 years and is an active member of the community. She has served as treasurer of the MOM's Club of Medina-West Chapter, Eliza Northrop Elementary PTO and H.G. Blake Elementary PTO.
Beth Kereszturi is vice president of digital strategies at Proximity Marketing in Brunswick. Through her career, she has spent more than 20 years working with marketing agencies in Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Ohio. Her drive to help the business community is what pushed Beth to serve on programming and marketing committees for Northern Medina County Chamber Alliance and Leadership Medina County. Beth is also a member of the Medina County Economic Development Corporation and a recipient of the 2018 Medina County's Women of Our Community Award. Beth is a graduate of Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania.