The Crucial Role of The Advisory Board

Advisory Boards provide valuable assistance and advice that help us advance and continue the operations of The Salvation Army. Local community leaders volunteer their efforts to help the Army in maintaining good business and professional relations.

Our Advisory Board

Josh AspinAshland County Prosecutor's Office
Ali Barnhart - Spire Advertising
Dr. Sara Battison
Dustin Beattie - Simonson Construction
Chris Blough - Mennonite Mutual
Caleb Burns - Vertex Marketing
Kaitlin Chandler
Ryan Emmons - Ingmand Insurance Agency Inc.
Denise Gillette - Maurer Photography
Aaron Huestis - University Hospitals
Mary Hartley - Real Estate Showcase
Dr. Douglas J. Marrah - Ashland City Schools
Melanie Miller - Ashland Pregnancy Care Center
Alicia Shoemaker - Ashland University

 

Local advisory boards review annual budgets, help coordinate programs with other agencies, and provide advice for local activities and fund- raising campaigns. Other advisory organizations serve specific Salvation Army programs in similar ways. A National Advisory Board, for instance, provides guidance for programs and services throughout the United States.

For a list of members and additional information about The Salvation Army's National Advisory Board please visit mysaboard.org.