IFMA Foundation Announces FY2023-24 Board of Trustees
HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA – The IFMA Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to making facility management (FM) a career of choice, has announced appointments to its board of trustees for the 2023-24 fiscal year. The executive committee includes Chair, Regina Ford Cahill, First Vice Chair, Angela Johnson Culver, Second Vice Chair, Dennis Mulgrew, Past Chair, Irene Thomas-Johnson and Don Gilpin, IFMA President and CEO.
“This is a great time to lead the Foundation which has made notable strides in the last year, and I hope to continue these efforts.” Said Chair Regina Ford Cahill. “Our scholarship program has never been more diverse. Our educational programs are expanding particularly in the area of sustainability and technology. These academic and workforce development programs are changing lives and providing economic mobility and job opportunities. “
The IFMA Foundation’s 2023-24 Board of Trustees includes:
- Christa Dodoo – World Food Programme – IFMA Second Vice Chair
- Jim Caldwell – Workforce Incubator
- Jennifer Corbett Shramo – Innovative Cleaning Solutions (ICS)
- Raffy Espiritu – Impec Group
- Madhav Karandikar – Broadcom Inc.
- Dr. Marie Puybaraud – Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL)
- Sourojit Dhar – Microsoft
- David Hogland – ESFM
- Luis Morejon – Newmark
- Annette Vega – IFMA New York Chapter
For more information, visit https://foundation.ifma.org/about/board-of-trustees/
About the IFMA Foundation
Established in 1990 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, a United Nations non-governmental organization (NGO) with special consultative status, and separate entity from the International Facility Management Association (IFMA). The IFMA Foundation is dedicated to the mission of promoting education for the facility management profession around the world and making FM a career of choice. The IFMA Foundation is supported by the generosity of the FM community including IFMA members, chapters, councils, corporate sponsors, and private contributors who share the belief that education and academic research improve the FM profession. To learn more, visit foundation.ifma.org.