Phyllis Boyd of Millersville, Lancaster County, is program director/nonprofit services for Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 (IU13). She has worked at IU13 for 29 years and has a master’s degree in education. She has also served the community on behalf of various organizations, including the United Way of Lancaster County’s Education Solutions Council, Milagro House and Long’s Park Amphitheater Foundation.
Michael Gerfin of Lancaster Township, Lancaster County, has owned and operated Impact Consulting, a management consulting business, since 1998. Before that, he was an assistant professor in management at Penn State, and he started his career as a math instructor and football coach at both the high school and college levels. He is a native of Columbia, Lancaster County, and is the first Schreiber board member to have received therapy services from Edna Schreiber.
Richard D. Riva II of East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, is the president of Wire-Mesh Products, a York County-based manufacturer of steel and stainless wire woven conveyor belts. He has worked there for 20 years. Riva has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame and is a passionate fan of the Fighting Irish.
The board also approved its new slate of officers. Jon Hill of Susquehanna Bank, recently acquired by BB&T Bank, takes over as board chairman. Brian Hartz of Hartz Physical Therapy is first vice chairman. Ryan Grube of Drayer Physical Therapy Institute is second vice chairman. Carol Roland of Trout, Ebersole & Groff LLP was named to another term as treasurer, and Carolyn Carlson of Horizon Healthcare Services was named to another term as secretary.