Goodwill Appoints New Board Members

CANTON, OH – May 30, 2024 – Goodwill Industries of Greater Cleveland and East Central Ohio, Inc. (“Goodwill”) has appointed three new members to its Board of Directors. Exiting from their roles on the Board were: Luke Cleland, Tiffany Evans and Dr. Stacy Feiner. Cleland will remain on the Board but will no longer be the Board Chair. 

“We are all very grateful for the leadership and guidance Luke, Tiffany and Stacy gave to Goodwill during their time on the Board,” said President and CEO Anne Richards. “Their impact can be seen through the growth of our retail operations, mission programming and the outreach to thousands in our communities.” 

Joining the Board of Directors for two-year terms are the following community leaders: 

  • Andrew W. Feucht is the founder and CEO of Weston and Associates, LLC. Feucht has been in this role for more than six years. He is an accomplished director with a history of scaling businesses into higher volume and long-term sustainability. Feucht’s career awards include the following: 2023 Weatherhead 100 Award for fastest growing business in Northeast Ohio, 2023 Twenty Under 40! Award from yStark!, 2020 Lockheed Martin Supplier of the Year Award for the development of the Gridstar flow battery system, and the 2015 Emerge Award for Entrepreneurship Award for the development of FSRC Tanks. 
  • Maya Holtz Groys is the Director of Donor Engagement at the Mandel Jewish Community Center. She has been in this position for one year, in which she is responsible for creating a culture of philanthropy while building and establishing enhanced relationships with donors, members and the community. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brandeis University. Holtz Groys was a previous Board member and current volunteer at Fostering Hope. She won the Cleveland Jewish News Difference Maker Award in 2021.  
  • Michele L. Heberling, Ph.D., LPCC-S, is the Chief Clinical Officer at CommQuest Service Inc. She has been with CommQuest for 18 years, where she also has had roles as a clinical counselor, site coordinator, program manager, Director of Clinical Health Services, and Vice President for Integrated Behavorial Health Services. Heberling has professional teaching experience at Youngstown State University, the University of Akron and Malone University. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Heidelberg College, master’s degrees from Bowling Green State University and the University of Akron. She received her PhD from the University of Akron. Heberling is serving on the Aultman College Board and is the current Academic Affairs Committee Chair. 

“Bringing in new Board members brings fresh ideas and multiple perspectives — something that is so vital to our agency in order to continually grow and make positive change in our communities,” said Richards. “We appreciate the dedication and leadership of our volunteers, whether they have completed their service with us or are just beginning.”