The board of directors of Inspiring Service elected Danya Karram and Doug Bolton as members at a board meeting held today, the nonprofit announced.
“The expertise Danya and Doug bring to our board will help us to continue to accelerate the impact we’re having on creating WIDER nonprofit boards and helping everyone make a difference,” said Craig Young, Inspiring Service board chair and founder.
Karram is a principal and co-founder of Brilliant Advice, a certified financial planning firm. Previously she was a financial planner with Madison Wealth Management. Karram is a Leadership Cincinnati alumni who has served on the boards of the YWCA, the Economics Center and American Red Cross.
Bolton is CEO of Cincinnati Cares, Inspiring Service’s Cincinnati nonprofit guide. He joined the organization in 2018 after serving in the top local leadership role at Cushman & Wakefield and following a media career that included being editor and publisher of the Business Courier. He is the former chair of the boards of the Dan Beard Council of the Boy Scouts and the Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Cincinnati. He remains on the DBC board executive committee and is a board member at the Economics Center.
In addition to Young, Karram and Bolton join these distinguished members of Inspiring Service’s board: Delores Hargrove-Young, board vice-chair of d.e. Foxx & Associates; Patricia Smitson, retired as CEO of the American Red Cross Cincinnati and managing partner of Thompson Hine law firm; and Vivien Schapera, director of the Alexander Technique of Cincinnati and founder of FourWinds Academy for Healing Arts & Sciences.