AMIS Elects New Board of Directors

AMIS is pleased to announce its new slate of officers, elected at its September 9, 2022 board meeting. Installed as president is Euclid resident Pam Turos; as vice-president, Cleveland Heights resident Anne Hill; as treasurer, Shaker Heights resident Dale Winsberg; and as secretary, Cleveland resident Barb Clint.

Pam has been active with AMIS since 2018. She 
also serves on the Euclid City Schools Board of Education and as a leadership coach for the Cleveland Neighborhood Leadership Development Program. Her small business Good Cause Creative provides communications assistance and coaching to several area nonprofit clients.

Anne, a Cleveland Heights resident for 23 years, is AMIS’s immediate past president and a founding board member. She also serves as co-chair for the Northeast Ohio Friends of Immigrants volunteer organization. Anne brings decades of experience in labor organizing and government/community relations to AMIS, which she helped launch in response to Trump’s 
anti-immigrant rhetoric and activities. 

Dale is a retired hospital and community health administrator and a lifelong Cleveland Heights/Shaker Heights resident. Dale has spent much of his retirement focused on immigration advocacy and immigrant rights, including participating in an immigration court watch program and volunteering with an immigration legal services organization.

Barb resides in the North Collinwood neighborhood of Cleveland and works as a consultant on active transportation and health equity issues. She joined the AMIS board in January after interacting with the organization on behalf of the Church of the Covenant’s pending sponsorship of a family of six from Afghanistan.   

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