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JoAnn C. Holland and Linda M. Herold

Holland Named To Lead 2 Women's Groups

JoAnn C. Holland is the new leader for Central Phoenix Women and Women of Scottsdale, two established women’s organizations in the Valley founded by Linda M. Herold.  The transition has been in the works and Holland will take over leadership as president and CEO effective January 1, 2014.  Additionally Holland will launch a new organization, East Valley Women, in Spring 2014.   Herold will assist Holland with the launch and development of East Valley Women.

Holland will be the president and CEO for each organization.  Holland has substantial experience in corporate and nonprofit organizations in a wide variety of business areas from public relations, sales and marketing, leadership development, project management, finance, customer service, management training and event coordination for the past 28 years with companies such as Wells Fargo, Border Trade Alliance, Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Hyatt Hotels and Dun & Bradstreet.  Her previous role as Vice President, Community Affairs Manager for Wells Fargo’s Arizona region provides her a wide bandwidth of contacts and community resources.  In addition, Holland has served the community in numerous roles such as chairing community events, serving on boards and volunteering for numerous nonprofits such as the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Sleep America Charities, Arizona Community Foundation, Diocese of Phoenix, Xavier College Preparatory, Arthritis Foundation and many others.

During comments made at the November meetings Herold said, “I am confident that JoAnn’s dynamic leadership style, vision for the future, and excellent management skills will benefit these organizations.  My involvement will continue as founder and official ambassador and fairy godmother.  I look forward to enjoying many creative endeavors and my community partnerships.”

Women of Scottsdale, founded in 1998, celebrates the “Spirit of Scottsdale” in the refined setting of an elegant reception and luncheon the third Friday of every month at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa. Business and professional women, community leaders, and women from all walks of life are welcome.  www.womenofscottsdale.org

Central Phoenix Women, founded in 2006, meets monthly at The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix.  Central Phoenix Women is an organization for women who have established themselves professionally and demonstrated their commitment to the community.  Members are individuals who wish to enhance their leadership by connecting with like-minded women to share information, ideas, contacts and opportunities. www.centralphoenixwomen.org

Herold founded three distinguished women’s organizations in the Valley, Women of Scottsdale, West Valley Women, and Central Phoenix Women, all three are thriving today.  West Valley Women, founded in 2005, is led by president Lisa E. Platt.   For over 15 years Herold was an active journalist in the Valley covering society, philanthropy and culture. Herold is the founder of Society of Chairs, an impressive annual dinner honoring nonprofit leaders and their volunteer chairs.

JoAnn C. Holland and Linda M. Herold

Holland Named To Lead 2 Women’s Groups

JoAnn C. Holland is the new leader for Central Phoenix Women and Women of Scottsdale, two established women’s organizations in the Valley founded by Linda M. Herold.  The transition has been in the works and Holland will take over leadership as president and CEO effective January 1, 2014.  Additionally Holland will launch a new organization, East Valley Women, in Spring 2014.   Herold will assist Holland with the launch and development of East Valley Women.

Holland will be the president and CEO for each organization.  Holland has substantial experience in corporate and nonprofit organizations in a wide variety of business areas from public relations, sales and marketing, leadership development, project management, finance, customer service, management training and event coordination for the past 28 years with companies such as Wells Fargo, Border Trade Alliance, Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Hyatt Hotels and Dun & Bradstreet.  Her previous role as Vice President, Community Affairs Manager for Wells Fargo’s Arizona region provides her a wide bandwidth of contacts and community resources.  In addition, Holland has served the community in numerous roles such as chairing community events, serving on boards and volunteering for numerous nonprofits such as the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Sleep America Charities, Arizona Community Foundation, Diocese of Phoenix, Xavier College Preparatory, Arthritis Foundation and many others.

During comments made at the November meetings Herold said, “I am confident that JoAnn’s dynamic leadership style, vision for the future, and excellent management skills will benefit these organizations.  My involvement will continue as founder and official ambassador and fairy godmother.  I look forward to enjoying many creative endeavors and my community partnerships.”

Women of Scottsdale, founded in 1998, celebrates the “Spirit of Scottsdale” in the refined setting of an elegant reception and luncheon the third Friday of every month at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa. Business and professional women, community leaders, and women from all walks of life are welcome.  www.womenofscottsdale.org

Central Phoenix Women, founded in 2006, meets monthly at The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix.  Central Phoenix Women is an organization for women who have established themselves professionally and demonstrated their commitment to the community.  Members are individuals who wish to enhance their leadership by connecting with like-minded women to share information, ideas, contacts and opportunities. www.centralphoenixwomen.org

Herold founded three distinguished women’s organizations in the Valley, Women of Scottsdale, West Valley Women, and Central Phoenix Women, all three are thriving today.  West Valley Women, founded in 2005, is led by president Lisa E. Platt.   For over 15 years Herold was an active journalist in the Valley covering society, philanthropy and culture. Herold is the founder of Society of Chairs, an impressive annual dinner honoring nonprofit leaders and their volunteer chairs.

JoAnn C. Holland and Linda M. Herold

Holland Named To Lead 2 Women's Groups

JoAnn C. Holland is the new leader for Central Phoenix Women and Women of Scottsdale, two established women’s organizations in the Valley founded by Linda M. Herold.  The transition has been in the works and Holland will take over leadership as president and CEO effective January 1, 2014.  Additionally Holland will launch a new organization, East Valley Women, in Spring 2014.   Herold will assist Holland with the launch and development of East Valley Women.

Holland will be the president and CEO for each organization.  Holland has substantial experience in corporate and nonprofit organizations in a wide variety of business areas from public relations, sales and marketing, leadership development, project management, finance, customer service, management training and event coordination for the past 28 years with companies such as Wells Fargo, Border Trade Alliance, Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Hyatt Hotels and Dun & Bradstreet.  Her previous role as Vice President, Community Affairs Manager for Wells Fargo’s Arizona region provides her a wide bandwidth of contacts and community resources.  In addition, Holland has served the community in numerous roles such as chairing community events, serving on boards and volunteering for numerous nonprofits such as the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Sleep America Charities, Arizona Community Foundation, Diocese of Phoenix, Xavier College Preparatory, Arthritis Foundation and many others.

During comments made at the November meetings Herold said, “I am confident that JoAnn’s dynamic leadership style, vision for the future, and excellent management skills will benefit these organizations.  My involvement will continue as founder and official ambassador and fairy godmother.  I look forward to enjoying many creative endeavors and my community partnerships.”

Women of Scottsdale, founded in 1998, celebrates the “Spirit of Scottsdale” in the refined setting of an elegant reception and luncheon the third Friday of every month at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa. Business and professional women, community leaders, and women from all walks of life are welcome.  www.womenofscottsdale.org

Central Phoenix Women, founded in 2006, meets monthly at The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix.  Central Phoenix Women is an organization for women who have established themselves professionally and demonstrated their commitment to the community.  Members are individuals who wish to enhance their leadership by connecting with like-minded women to share information, ideas, contacts and opportunities. www.centralphoenixwomen.org

Herold founded three distinguished women’s organizations in the Valley, Women of Scottsdale, West Valley Women, and Central Phoenix Women, all three are thriving today.  West Valley Women, founded in 2005, is led by president Lisa E. Platt.   For over 15 years Herold was an active journalist in the Valley covering society, philanthropy and culture. Herold is the founder of Society of Chairs, an impressive annual dinner honoring nonprofit leaders and their volunteer chairs.

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Phoenix Boys Choir Pays Homage to NYC

Never before has a city been the inspiration for so many songs, movies and theatre productions.  The Phoenix Boys Choir pays homage to the muse for screen writers, play writers and songwriters at the Spring Pops Concert “PBC LOVES NYC” on Friday, May 3, 2013 at 7:30pm at Virginia G. Piper Performing Arts Center at Xavier College Preparatory (4710 North 5th Street, Phoenix). Advance Tickets: $27/preferred, $22/general admission, $17/seniors, youth (12 & under). All tickets $25 at the door.

Whether you live on Main Street or Broadway, uptown, midtown, or downtown, the countless songs inspired by this great American city are not only familiar, but are a part of our national culture and identity.  Take a musical tour of The Big Apple with the Phoenix Boys Choir and hear music from songwriters like Alan Menken, George M. Cohan, Stephen Sondheim, and the Bee Gees. You’ll even hear a tune from Alicia Keys. We’ll travel on Broadway through Manhattan, over the Brooklyn Bridge, hop through Harlem, lay down some beats in the Bronx, dance down 42nd Street, climb aboard the “A” Train, and stroll the sidewalks from the East Side to the West Side, and all around the town!

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.phoenixboyschoir.org or call (602) 264-5328 x21.