Judson Center Leadership Elects New Chairman and Vice Chair to the Board

Judson Center’s Board of Trustees welcomed Rick DiBartolomeo, B2B CFO, as Board of Trustee Chairman, who replaces Kyle Hauberg, Dykema Gossett and appointed Tricia Huneke, CEO and Partner at Ruby+Associates as Vice Chair.  “It is an honor to have both Rick and Tricia continue Judson Center’s strong leadership legacy. Their character is one of what Judson Center stands for and their experience is what Judson Center will benefit from. I am looking forward to working with them and our entire Board, under Rick’s leadership.” – Lenora Hardy Foster, Judson Center CEO/President.

Rick DiBartolomeo (Troy) has over 35 years of experience in the Finance sector and is currently Partner at B2B CFO, where he provides financial and operational leadership expertise.  Prior to this position, Mr. DiBartolomeo was the State’s Treasury Investment Administrator and also past President of the Detroit Athletic Club.  He has also been a passionate and engaged member of Judson Center’s Board since 2005. 

Tricia Huneke (Bingham Farms) is the CEO and President of the engineering firm, Ruby+Associates.  Mrs. Huneke joined Judson Center’s Board in 2015 and has been actively involved in the organization’s strategic planning committee.

Past Judson Center Board Chairman Kyle Hauberg (Rochester) is Partner and Director of Real Estate Department, Dykema Gossett, PLLC.  Since 2015, Mr. Hauberg has been named a Top Lawyer by dbusiness Magazine for Real Estate Law and has been part of Judson Center’s Board since 2003. John Koppin (Ann Arbor), Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP has remained as Board Treasurer with Curtis Mistele (Livonia), Attorney and Shareholder, Dean & Fulkerson, P.C. is Board Secretary.

Left to Right: Past Chairman, Kyle Hauberg, CEO Lenora Hardy-Foster and current Chairman, Rick DiBartolomeo

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