Beth Vice Joins Gateway Foundation Board
Beth Vice has been elected to the board of directors of the Gateway Community and Technical College Foundation.
We are pleased to welcome this talented community leader whose expertise in financial management will add significant strength to the Gateway Foundation, said Jim Parsons, chair of the Foundation board.
Beth Vice, shareholder and CPA, VonLehman CPA and Advisory Firm, has worked at the firm since 1998. Her public accounting experience includes auditing, review, compilation and business advisory services, to a wide range of closely-held businesses. Vice is involved in many of the firms audit clients who range in a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, nonprofit, governmental, and retirement plans. She also serves on the firms manufacturing/distribution services committee, VL Cares committee and is the current chair of the quality control committee.
Vice has completed the C-Change Leadership Program through the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and is currently involved in the Emerging Leaders Academy Program, a leadership program for CPAs. Vice is a graduate of Thomas More College with a Bachelor of Arts in accountancy.
I am very excited to become part of such an important regional institution, said Vice. Gateway is a great asset to the community I live and work in, and I look forward to using my expertise to assist the Foundation in accomplishing its mission and reaching its goals.
"Vice was elected to the Foundation board at today's board meeting. The Gateway Foundation boards 25 members represent a broad array of industries and organizations who serve Gateway Community and Technical College. Among the boards projects has been the development of the Gateway Urban Metro Campus in downtown Covington.