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Mount Diablo Region YMCA Names Local Business Leader, Susan Trainer, to Its Corporate Executive Board
Date:1/21/2008

New Board Member Adds Operations and Marketing Expertise During a Key

Growth Period for the Association

PLEASANT HILL, Calif., Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mt. Diablo Region YMCA today announced the appointment of Susan Trainer, chief executive officer and founder, Trainer Communications, to its Corporate Executive Board of Directors. She joins the board at a pivotal time for the Y, which is in the middle of a major capital fundraising campaign to rebuild and revise its four sites.

"Having Susan join the board is a great coup for the YMCA. She brings with her the strategic vision and expertise to help us bring our rebuilding campaign to a successful conclusion," said Mike Erwin, president and CEO, Mt. Diablo Region YMCA. "We welcome this industry leader to our outstanding corporate executive board and appreciate the wealth of knowledge she brings to the association. There is an urgent need for new centers and new programs in Contra Costa County. Our mission -- to support our communities, including at-risk critical teen and senior populations, as well as all of our families and children -- requires active support and the right people to help ensure that much-needed programs are built, and Susan truly fits that definition."

Susan Trainer established Trainer Communications in 1995 to support some of the most prominent emerging technology companies with cutting-edge marketing communications services. Since that time, the agency has become the seventh largest privately held communications agency in the greater Bay Area; one of the Top 10 agencies to work for in the United States, according to a 2004 Holmes report; and has won numerous industry awards. Trainer Communications has played an integral role in generating high-profile strategic results for more than 100 startups and enterprise companies. Trainer began her career at computer hardware giant Telex and continued there through the company's merger with Memorex as the
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