Willow Street Group Partner Betty Andrikopoulos joined the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole Board of Directors last week, along with four other members of the Jackson Community. Ms. Andrikopoulos has served on the Competitive Grants Committee for five years and chairs the Health and Human Services Committee. “I have deeply enjoyed my involvement on the Grants Committee and feel that it has given me valuable insights into the non-profit community and the critical challenges and opportunities our community faces each day. I look forward to continuing to serve in this new capacity for such an impactful organization.”
Community Foundation president Katharine Conover said, “We feel extremely fortunate that these vibrant, talented individuals have chosen to invest their time and energy to help the Foundation enrich the community. Each of them is a leader in their field, and we could not be happier to have them join our committed, hardworking Board.”
Established in 1989, the Community Foundation is a philanthropic cornerstone in Jackson Hole, servicing donors, over 200 nonprofit organizations and the community. Since inception, the Foundation has received nearly $300 million dollars from thousands of donors and makes grants in the areas of the Arts, Civic Involvement, Education, Environment, Recreation and Health and Human Services.