Geauga Growth Part­ner­ship elects two new board di­rec­tors

The News Herald (Willoughby, OH) - - Local News - By Chad Fel­ton cfel­[email protected]­ald.com @be­lievethatcfnh on Twit­ter

Geauga Growth Part­ner­ship re­cently an­nounced the ap­point­ments of two new board di­rec­tors, Matthew Nip­per and Bon­nie Troyer.

Nip­per is se­nior vice pres­i­dent and com­mer­cial mar­ket leader for KeyBank. He was elected to re­place the un­ex­pired term of Kath­leen Dan­gelo, ac­cord­ing to a GGP news re­lease.

Nip­per has been em­ployed with KeyBank since 1998 and is a 1999 grad­u­ate of John Car­roll Uni­ver­sity. He is a three-time win­ner of the Pres­i­dent’s Club Award and win­ner of the 2009 In­au­gu­ral Rain­maker Award.

Nip­per’s term with GGP will end on June 30, 2021.

Troyer was ap­pointed to re­place the un­ex­pired term of Lori Gor­rell, whose term will end on June 30, 2019, the re­lease stated.

Troyer is the founder and prin­ci­pal of HR Strate­gies & So­lu­tions in Mid­dle­field, with 22 years of pro­gres­sive HR ex­pe­ri­ence in large global man­u­fac­tur­ing, ser­vice and non­profit en­vi­ron­ments.

Troyer has ex­ten­sive ex­pe­ri­ence in the as­pects of em­ploy­ment reg­u­la­tion, com­pli­ance and lit­i­ga­tion, in ad­di­tion to de­vel­op­ing and im­ple­ment­ing HR pro­grams and poli­cies re­lat­ing to fed­eral and state em­ploy­ment leg­is­la­tion.

Troyer is a Kent State Uni­ver­sity alum and earned a mas­ter’s de­gree from Cleve­land State Uni­ver­sity.

Troyer was for­merly em­ployed by GGP on a part­time ba­sis as work­force de­vel­op­ment di­rec­tor. In that role, she con­ducted work­force train­ing work­shops per­tain­ing to HR, help­ing to build the Youth Work­force De­vel­op­ment Pro­gram, now reach­ing an av­er­age of 1,400 mid­dle and high school stu­dents each year with work­force readi­ness train­ing.

Tracy Jemi­son, pres­i­dent of GGP, said Nip­per and Troyer bring a wealth of knowl­edge and ex­pe­ri­ence to the or­ga­ni­za­tion’s board.

“Both are lead­ers in their fields of hu­man re­sources and fi­nance, and I am con­fi­dent they will help build this or­ga­ni­za­tion.”

Cre­ated in 2010, GGP’s mis­sion is to en­hance the busi­ness cli­mate, en­cour­age job cre­ation, strengthen eco­nomic pros­per­ity and im­prove the qual­ity of life for all Geauga County res­i­dents.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call 440-5641060 or visit www. geau­ga­growth­part­ner­ship.com.

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