St. Vincent Catholic Charities Elects New Members to Board of Directors

St. Vincent Catholic Charities, a nonprofit dedicated to human services in mid-Michigan, has elected three new members to their Board of Directors:


Board of Directors: Tony KlischAnthony Klisch, CMA: Controller at Granger III and Associates, Inc.
Klisch has served the Greater Lansing area as a staff member of Granger III and Associates, Inc., for nearly 30 years. Klisch earned his Master of Business Administration from Aquinas College and also obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration from Northwood University.

Board of Directors: Lindy SmithLindy Smith: Assistant Vice President, Corporate Accounting at Jackson National Life Insurance Company.
Lindy has been with Jackson for over 19 years, and currently manages the Financial Operations departments. She has implemented system-based solutions to streamline operations, increase efficiency, and reduce costs for Jackson. Lindy is also a graduate of the Jackson Board Corps, a specialized training program for Jackson Associates on how to serve nonprofit boards. Lindy also serves on the board of Heart of the Shepherd Lutheran Church in Howell, MI.

Board of Directors: Brig SorberBrig Sorber: Executive Chairman of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK ® INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Sorber is a well-respected CEO, visionary, mentor, and business leader, who has supported St. Vincent Catholic Charities for many years. Examples of his charitable work include his leadership in the STVCC Children’s Home gymnasium renovation project, and currently as honorary chairman of STVCC’s Operation Backpack for the second consecutive year. Sorber also serves as a board member of Volunteers of America, and Business Leaders for Michigan.

“These new members represent a wide range of experience and perspectives from Greater Lansing businesses, and shows how generously these individuals give back to their community,” shared Andrea Seyka, CEO of St. Vincent Catholic Charities. “I look forward to the insights they will bring to our current Board of Directors.”

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