The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) announced the results of its board of trustees election at the 2016 PATH Intl. Conference and Annual Meeting. The incoming board members are Scott Carver, Moira Corcoran and Michael Kaufmann.
Scott Carver is an adept leader with exceptional communication skills and a proven track record for providing solutions to streamline operations at nonprofit organizations. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the American Institute of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).
Moira Corcoran is a Certified Public Accountant and the owner of Corcoran Business Advisors, a tax and financial planning firm in Chicago, IL. Moira is a graduate from Loyola University Chicago, where she received her BBA degree in Accounting.
Michael Kaufmann is the Farm & Wildlife Director at PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center Green Chimneys Farm and the Director of The Sam and Myra Ross Institute, dedicated to education, advocacy and research on the human connection to animals and the natural world.
PATH Intl. also announced its new executive committee:
President – Julie Broadway
President-elect – Ross Braun
Secretary – Patti Coyle
Treasurer – Susan Becklenberg
Past President – Jim Harlan
PATH Intl. welcomes its new board members and looks forward to the board’s continuing vision and leadership.
For information about the PATH Intl. Board of Trustees, click here. Download the 2016 PATH Intl. Strategic Plan, which informs the goals and objectives of the board and PATH Intl. on behalf of its members.
About PATH Intl.:
The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International® (PATH Intl.®) was formed in 1969 to promote safety and optimal outcomes in equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) for individuals with special needs. At 877 member centers, more than 62,400 children and adults, including 5,500 veterans, may find improved health, wellness and a sense of pride, independence and fun through involvement with horses. Therapeutic horsemanship at member centers may include hippotherapy, equine-facilitated mental health, driving, interactive vaulting, trail riding, competition, ground work and stable management. Through a wide variety of educational resources, the association helps individuals start and maintain successful EAAT programs. There are nearly 55,000 volunteers, 4,846 instructors, 7,546 equines and thousands of contributors from all over the world helping people at PATH Intl. Member Centers.