IPFW Names Two Directors

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IPFW has promoted Shawna Squibb to director of alumni relations. She is an alumna of IPFW, with a degree in organizational leadership and supervision. Squibb has served as associate bursar for the past decade, during which time she participated on the university's Administrative and Professional Staff Advisory Council and the Chancellor’s University Strategic Alignment Process.

She is also very active in the community, serving as the vice-chairperson of the board for Lutheran Social Services of Indiana and vice-chairperson of the board for the American Red Cross Indiana-Ohio Blood Services. Squibb is the Inner City Missions Team Lead at Concordia Lutheran Church and the Band Boosters Board President of the Concordia Lutheran Marching Cadets. She is also a graduate of Leadership Fort Wayne.

Also, Jean Hershberger has been named director of development. She has been a part of the Fort Wayne business community for more than 25 years, having spent most her career in the realty and banking sectors. The past five years Hershberger served as vice president of business banking and senior director at Centier Bank. She previously served as an assistant vice president of business banking at Grabill Bank.

Hershberger is a community leader, having served as a member of the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo MaskZoorade fundraising committee, the Parkview Foundation Golf Classic Committee and as marketing director and board member of the Executive Women’s Golf Association Chapter in Fort Wayne. She is a past board member of East Wayne Street Center and Community Action of Northeast Indiana. Hershberger also served as chairperson of the Lincoln National Employee Gift Committee and a member of the Lincoln National Employee Event Committee.

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