The Anti-Cruelty Society Names New Members to the Board of Directors
he Anti-Cruelty Society Names New Members to the Board of Directors
Jane Luiso, Judi Spaletto, and Shane Foley join the Society’s Board of Directors
CHICAGO—The Anti-Cruelty Society, Chicago’s oldest and most comprehensive animal welfare organization announces the appointment of three new members to the Board of Directors. Jane Luiso, Judi Spaletto, and Shane Foley join the Board bringing new perspectives and expertise to help advance the mission of the Society.
Jane Luiso joins the Board with over 25 years of management experience with nonprofit agencies, including 13 years as staff with The Anti-Cruelty Society—first as Director of Development and then as President for the Society. During her tenure, Luiso doubled the Society’s endowment and was responsible for numerous building and renovation projects.
Judi Spaletto, PhD is Director of Technology at KPMG LLP and prior to that held leadership positions with Hitachi Data Systems, BP, and Perseco. Her expertise brings IT and business analysis to support the work of the Society’s Board of Directors.
Shane Foley is an Audit Partner at KPMG LLP and has served a wide variety of clients, ranging from privately held, emerging companies, to FORTUNE 500 companies. Foley has been involved in his community, serving on the United Way of Metropolitan Chicago’s Young Leaders Society Committee and previously on the Board of Directors and as the Finance Committee Chair for the Louisville-Metro United Way while living in Louisville.
“The Anti-Cruelty Society welcomes these three accomplished professionals to the Board of Directors. Their expertise and passion to support the mission of the Society to protect and care for animals in need will be a positive asset to the organization,” states Steven Klein, Chair of the Board of Directors.