Jason Chudnofsky

Jason Chudnofsky

Friends of Youth names new member to board of directors

Jason Chudnofsky is the vice president and commercial relationship manager with Umpqua Bank.

  • Wednesday, April 4, 2018 3:30pm
  • Life

Friends of Youth recently announced that Jason Chudnofsky has joined its Board of Directors.

Chudnofsky is a vice president and Commercial Relationship Manager with Umpqua Bank and has been in the finance industry for 13 years.

A graduate of the University of Washington, Jason and his wife, Stephanie, have been foster parents and counselors and are committed to helping youth in our community.

“We are delighted to have Jason on our board,” said Terry Pottmeyer, president and CEO of Friends of Youth. “Jason’s work and personal experience will be invaluable for Friends of Youth. His family’s commitment to the youth in our community align with Friends of Youth mission and vision, that all youth deserve every opportunity to succeed.”

Established in 1951, Friends of Youth partners with youth and families to provide the relationships, resources, and skills they need to attain personal growth and success. With 67 years of experience, 26 program sites and services in 18 cities, we provide safe places and emotional support for youth facing challenging circumstances. Our vision is for all youth to have every opportunity to succeed, and our services are designed to fulfill that vision. For more information, visit www.friendsofyouth.org.

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