Community Foundation Adds to Board

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The Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County has added three members to its board of directors: Jessika Hane (pictured), Jeff Wuslich (pictured) and Jeremiah Young. They have been elected to serve a three-year renewable term.

Hane is human resources director at Oliver Winery and has worked at the company since 1999. She holds two degrees from Indiana University and is a member of the Executive Board of Cardinal Stage Co. and an active Rotarian, currently serving as an assistant governor for the three Bloomington clubs, Bedford and Bloomfield.

Wuslich is a co-founder of Bloomington’s craft distillery Cardinal Spirits. Prior to Cardinal Spirits, he was a partner at Might and Main LLC, where he raised money for a number of different entities and clients. Wuslich is active in the local startup and tech community, and enjoys connecting and collaborating with fellow entrepreneurs.

A graduate of IU, Young founded Nature’s Way, a full-service landscape installation and maintenance company, in 1976. He has served as president of the Monroe County Parks Board, local chapter of Keep America Beautiful, as well as the Tri-North P.T.O. Young is also active with the Bloomington North Rotary, the Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, Indiana University Varsity Club, Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and the local chapter of the American Red Cross.

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