Foundation Elects 2020 Officers and Welcomes Two New Trustees

TOLEDO, OHIO, March 23, 2020 – The Greater Toledo Community Foundation Board of Trustees elected officers and welcomed two new members at its annual meeting in March. The elected officers for 2020 are L. Zac Isaac, Chair (Executive Officer, State Bank & Trust Co.); Hussien Y. Shousher, Vice Chair (Retired President, GEM, Inc.); Susan F. Palmer, Secretary (Retired Development Director, Toledo Museum of Art); and Pam Hershberger, Treasurer (Retired Toledo Office Managing Partner, Ernst & Young LLP).

Tiffany E. Cavanaugh, Magistrate and Mediator for the Seneca County Juvenile and Probate Court, was appointed a new Trustee, as well as Gregory C. Kasper, MD, FACS, President and CMO, Jobst Vascular Institute at ProMedica Toledo Hospital. Both were elected to serve four-year terms beginning in 2020.

Tiffany Cavanaugh is a Magistrate and Court Mediator for the Seneca County Juvenile and Probate Court. She also serves as a Court Mediator for the Lucas County Juvenile Court. Prior to becoming a Magistrate and Mediator, Ms. Cavanaugh was an associate in the Business Litigation section of the Toledo-based law firm of Eastman & Smith, Ltd. Her community involvement includes board positions with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Toledo, Leadership Seneca County, University of Toledo Paralegal Studies Program Advisory Board, and is a member of the Ohio Association of Magistrates and the Ohio Mediation Association.

Dr. Gregory C. Kasper was named President and CMO, Jobst Vascular Institute at ProMedica Toledo Hospital in October 2015, and Vice President of Medical Affairs for the ProMedica Metro Hospitals in January 2020. He obtained his medical education and degree from The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, and has since graduated from the University of Michigan Executive MBA program in May 2019. Dr. Kasper specializes in open and endovascular procedures to treat vascular disease, including abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysm, carotid disease, lower extremity peripheral vascular disease and varicose veins.