The Dragonfly Foundation Names Two New Board Members, A Vice President and Two New Advisory Board Members

NEWS RELEASE: Mary Tignor, Community Relations Manager

CINCINNATI, OH (November 13, 2020)- The Dragonfly Foundation, which supports the families of pediatric cancer patients, announced the appointment of two new members to its board of trustees – Paula R. Scholz, Senior Banking Advisor at PNC Wealth Management, and Beth A. Reichert of Kings Toyota. 

Paula R. Scholz, Board Member, Dragonfly Foundation (Provided)

Beth Reichert, Board Member, Draongfly Foundation (Provided)

Both new members were appointed at the Board meeting on October 20.

Reichert, a 27-year veteran of Kings Toyota, graduated from Wittenberg University and enjoys life with her husband, Bob Reichert, President of the Kenwood Dealer Group, Inc. Scholz, a senior banking advisor at PNC Wealth Management, graduated from Anderson University and lives in Loveland.

“We are honored to have both Beth and Paula as members of our Board. Their success in business and their relationships in the community bode well for Dragonfly in our efforts to serve the families of children with cancer,” said Christine Neitzke Executive Director. “We look forward to their leadership on our Board.”

Bob Brown, appointed Board Vice-chariman, Dragonfly Foundation (Provided)

Dragonfly also announced the appointment of Bob Brown, Partner, Graydon Law, to vice chair of the nonprofit organization and Kim and George Vincent of Indian Hill as Advisory Board members of the 10-year-old nonprofit. George is Managing Partner and Chairman of Dinsmore and Kim is a Realtor for Sibcy Cline, Inc.

“Bob has been involved with Dragonfly since the beginning and we expect him to continue to provide direction and leadership for years to come,” Neitzke said. “The addition of Kim and George Vincent as Advisory Board members speaks to their commitment to families of pediatric cancer patients and to the importance of Dragonfly in helping support children and families in need. Those appointed will make our organization stronger.” 

Kim Vincent, Advisory Board Member Dragonfly Foundation (Provided)

Geroge Vincent, Advisory Board Member, Dragonfly Foundation (Provided)

ABOUT THE DRAGONFLY FOUNDATION: The Dragonfly Foundation helps pediatric cancer patients and their families find strength, courage and joy. They do this by providing ongoing support, relevant materials, and caring, nurturing, and transformative experiences. For more information go to .