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YMCA Of Inland Northwest Names New President & CEO

SPOKANE, Wash. - The YMCA of the Inland Northwest has announced that Steve Tammaro has been named President and CEO of the YMCA of the Inland Northwest. 

Tammaro comes to Spokane with more than 30 years of YMCA leadership in Boston, Rochester, Nashville and most recently as Chief Operating Officer/Senior Vice President of the YMCA of Metropolitan Denver.

Tammaro takes over the position vacated by Rig Riggins, who departed in late 2011 to become President & CEO of the Greater Pittsburgh YMCA.   

 "Tammaro has proven himself to be a strong leader, collaborator and relationship builder who has worked very well with membership, staff and community stakeholders throughout his Y career" said Jim Morrison, CEO Search Committee Chair & CFO, Garco Construction. "The YMCA is confident that Steve's leadership will result in the continued success of the many programs and services provided to our members and community"

Tammaro will be transitioning into the President and CEO position beginning with Y Board and staff meetings in late April and is expected to take over full time the first week of June. 

"The Y's Senior Management team and Staff are to be commended for continuing to grow the YMCA and its services to the community during this period of transition at the Y," said Mark Neupert, YMCA Board Chairperson and Vice President of Business Development at Crux Subsurface. 

Neupert added that the Board of Directors also said it was grateful to Alan Lesher, CFO and Interim President & CEO of the YMCA of the Inland Northwest, Senior Y staff and others for their continued service and commitment to the YMCA of the Inland Northwest.

 

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