The board is comprised of 33 individuals who share their diverse expertise. Contributed image
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Central, Northern and Western Arizona recently added four new members to its board of directors: Kim Anderson-Matich, CEO of Anderson Security Agency; Michael Kurtenbach, executive assistant chief for the Phoenix Police Department; Cheryl Lewis, vice president of corporate affairs for Isagenix; and Chris Sharfner, owner of C & J Professional Cleaning Services.
“I could not ask for a more engaged group of professions to help BBB ‘move the needle,'” BBB President and CEO Matthew Fehling said of the new additions.
The board is comprised of 33 individuals who share their diverse expertise.
“It is a highlight of my professional career to serve as board chairman for the Greater Arizona Better Business Bureau in 2017," BBB Chairman David Lorenz. "Matthew Fehling is an empowering leader surrounded by a staff of uniquely talented, hardworking team members. Likewise, BBB is supported by a board of experienced Arizona business leaders who really care to make a difference for consumers and businesses in the community.”
Joining the board is Michael Kurtenbach, executive assistant chief for the Phoenix Police Department. Contributed photo
Since last year, Fehling reported that BBB has made advancements and relocations, which include moving to a 30,000-square-foot campus in Central Phoenix. Additionally, BBB has generated over 40 new jobs.
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