Forbes Nonprofit Council members continue to make a difference in their industries and communities — whether that’s as a renowned CEO or an elected board member. Below, we highlight two members and their big news.
Mircea Divricean Named CEO of the Year by Utah Business
Mircea Divricean, president and CEO of Kostopulos Dream Foundation, was named a 2018 CEO of the Year by the Utah Business publication. Kostopulos Dream Foundation/Camp Kostopulos is dedicated to improving the lives of people of all abilities through education, recreation and growth opportunities.
Says Divricean: “What Camp K used to be, which was providing life skills and social skills, training and opportunities for people of all abilities, has become a full circle,” he says. “It’s not about learning life skills now, it’s about learning job skills and vocational skills and having the opportunity to be fully independent in your own life and living the best life you can.”
Read more about this exciting recognition here.
Thomas Bognanno Elected to Serve on ZERO’s National Board of Directors
Thomas Bognanno was elected to serve on the national board of directors for ZERO: The End of Prostate Cancer, a leading nonprofit with a mission to end prostate cancer. Bognanno has been president and CEO of Community Health Charities since January 2006, raising awareness and resources for health and wellness.
Says Bognanno: “I am joining with ZERO to help them end prostate cancer. The fact is every 18 minutes another American dies from prostate cancer—that’s 29,430 deaths per year. That’s enough to fill a baseball stadium.”
For more information, you can read ZERO’s press release here.
These are just a handful of Forbes Councils members’ recent exciting achievements. Read about what other members are working on here. Have news of your own to share with the community? Submit your accomplishments to our team by visiting the “get media exposure” page in your member dashboard.