STAMFORD, Conn.— Deborah Golden and Scott Kuppersmith of Stamford were elected as two new directors on the Stamford Dollars for Scholars board, expanding its size to 14 members.
Golden formerly served as the mathematics department head and assistant principal at Sacred Heart Academy of Stamford and recently retired as a tenured professor of mathematics from Norwalk Community College.
Kuppersmith is a partner with B2B CFO. He has more than 28 years of management experience as a business owner, chief operating officer and chief financial officer. He’s worked in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, luxury retail and e-commerce.
“It is exciting to have new members join the board,” said Gary Freeman, the board's newly elected president. “Deborah and Scott will add expertise, knowledge and bring a fresh perspective to our team. I am certain that their service will provide tremendous benefits to the board and to the overall organization.”
Freeman was the former vice president. Cathy Drenckhahn, former secretary, is now a vice president.
Stamford Dollars for Scholars is a local organization providing scholarships for students living or attending high school in Stamford.
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