The DuPage Community Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of Nancy Hermann to its Professional Advisors Committee and Sally Winger to its “Bright & Early DuPage” Initiative Sub-Committee.
Nancy Hermann is a senior vice president and trust managing director for The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank. She has an extensive background in complex estate administration, trust asset allocation and managing private foundations. She recently joined the Foundation’s Professional Advisors Committee.
Hermann received her master’s degree in finance and marketing from DePaul University, Chicago. She also earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in economics from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.
A member of the DuPage County Estate Planning Council and the Chicago Estate Planning Council, Hermann has also volunteered and served in leadership roles for the board of trustees for the Naperville Public Library and North Central College. She has also served as a volunteer mentor for East Aurora Kids Hope USA. She is a resident of Naperville and enjoys biking, hiking, and traveling with family and friends.
Sally Winger is a retired elementary school teacher and recently joined the Foundation’s “Bright & Early DuPage” Initiative Committee.
“I was reading about the ‘Bright & Early DuPage’ program in the newspaper and thought I should be an advocate for it,” said Winger. “I made a call to the Foundation, and now I am volunteering and getting involved.”
Winger taught in Addison Public School District #4 for many years in its At Risk Preschool Program (later named the Preschool Enrichment Program.) When Program funding was no longer available from the state and the District discontinued the program, she taught kindergarten-aged children with Individual Education Plans (IEP). She taught in Addison for more than 22 years before retiring.
A graduate of the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana with a degree in business, Winger lives in Lombard with her two children, Krista and Justin, and her sister. She is involved with the Habitat for Humanity DuPage ReStore in Addison.
About The DuPage Community Foundation:
The DuPage Community Foundation seeks to raise the quality of life throughout DuPage County by fostering philanthropy, connecting donors to area needs and building community partnerships. Based on the American virtues of volunteerism and philanthropy, the Foundation fosters a legacy of support for the people of DuPage County by making grants to not-for-profit organizations working in the areas of arts and culture, education, environment, health, and human services. Since its inception, the Foundation has built its endowment to more than $50 million and awarded more than $17 million in grants to not-for-profit agencies serving the residents of DuPage County and beyond.
Established in 1986, The DuPage Community Foundation is a publicly-supported 501(c)(3) organization to which contributions are tax deductible. It was created to benefit the people of DuPage County and receives contributions and bequests into a permanent endowment from individuals, corporations, organizations and foundations wishing to make lasting contributions to the people of DuPage. The earnings on these funds are then used, in accordance with donor wishes, for the Foundation’s grantmaking and community leadership activities.
For more information about the Foundation, or to arrange future media opportunities, please contact Joelyn Kott, marketing & communications officer, at (630) 665-5556, extension 19, or [email protected]