Devon, PA (June 19, 2012) – At its annual meeting, Dressage at Devon added three new Board members to its already experienced and talented team.
Hanna Hartman (Pottstown, PA) and Kathleen Ramey (Leesburg, VA) both bring extensive business experience to the position. Most recently, Hartman was a vice president and community office manager for National Penn Bancshares. She is a dedicated volunteer, working with non-profits such as the Pottstown Area Senior Center, the Tri County Area Chamber of Commerce, and the March of Dimes, and now, Dressage at Devon.
Ramey brings extensive financial and administration experience. Currently she is vice president of finance and administration for Computer Science Corporation. She also brings her experience as a long time Dressage at Devon volunteer.
The third new board member, Glen Robinson (Lincoln University, PA), is currently vice president for Exelon Power Integration & Mitigation, and has been the treasurer for Dressage at Devon for three years. In addition to his work with Dressage at Devon, Robinson is a board member of Community Volunteers in Medicine, which provides free medical and dental care to the uninsured working poor in Chester County.
“We have always had a strong, active, and committed board,” said Lori Kaminski, president and CEO of Dressage at Devon. “But these three individuals bring new skill sets and a passion for the sport that will be a valuable asset going forward.”
About Dressage at Devon
Dressage at Devon (www.dressageatdevon.org) has been the premier North American Equestrian event since its founding by the Delaware Valley Combined Training Association in 1975, and became a separate organization in 2006. It combines world-class dressage competition and the world’s largest open breed show with the international Fall Festival show and special activities for the entire family. The six-day event attracts hundreds of horses from around the world and thousands of spectators. Dressage at Devon is a 501(c) (3) PA non-profit organization, benefitting equine education.