York Named as Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville’s 2019 Board President

Dr. Stan York, associate dean and associate professor of management in the Jack C. Massey College of Business, has been named as the 2019-2020 Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville’s 2019 Board President.

Programs run by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville, the 32-bedroom Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald Family Room on the 5th Floor of the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt offer a place for parents and family members to relax, refresh and experience the comforts of home while staying close to their sick child. Since 1991, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville has been “keeping families close” by providing service and hospitality to more than 15,000 families from throughout the country and around the world.

The 11 officers and chair of the RMHC of Nashville Board serve voluntarily and will actively contribute to the development, management and growth of the organization by attending board meetings, participating on standing committees, providing consultation on matters related to their areas of expertise, assisting with and attending events, providing fiduciary and management oversight and contributing to the needs of the organization. Officers hold their positions for one year. The full board of directors comprises 65 members.

For more information about the RMHC of Nashville board of directors, click here.