Luckman brings 18 years of experience in financial services to her new position, where she will provide comprehensive wealth management services in private banking, personal trust, investment management and financial planning.
Luckman has a bachelor of arts degree in communications from the University of Portland. Previously residing in Cincinnati, she was a board member for the Cincinnati Alzheimer’s Association, Girls on the Run of Greater Cincinnati and an active member of the Xavier University Executive Mentoring Program.
She will reside in Vancouver.
Peggy Busick, Children’s Center board member, received a Lewis Hine Award for Service to Children and Youth from the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). She received the award during a ceremony on February 18 in New York City.
Busick was one of ten honorees for the award, which is named for the acclaimed NCLC photographer who documented early-20th century exploitation of children and whose photos were instrumental to the passage of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938. The award honors individuals for their unheralded and exceptional service to young people.
Busick has worked to ensure mental health services are provided to children for more than two decades. She now serves on the Children’s Center Steering Committee, leading the nonprofit’s $6 million capital campaign.
Vancouver nonprofit Columbia Springs has added five new members to its board of directors.
New members include Dennis Kampe, recently retired director of the Clark County Skills Center, and Dan Gunderson, senior scientist at BergerABAM. Vancouver Public Schools has assigned Science Curriculum Coordinator Gil Luna to serve on the board, while Clark Public Utilities has appointed Commissioner Jim Malinowski to serve as their representative.
Additionally, Clark County has designated Don Benton, director of Environmental Services, to join the Columbia Springs’ Board.
“We are excited to welcome these talented community members to our board,” said Gala Miller, Columbia Springs’ executive director. “They bring a diversity of expertise to Columbia Springs’ board and will be a real asset to the organization in years to come.”
Columbia Springs’ mission is to provide educational experiences that foster a greater awareness of the natural world, inspiring stewardship.