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Metropolitan Family Services DuPage Announces New Community Board Members

Metropolitan Family Services DuPage, actively serving DuPage community’s most vulnerable residents for 80 years, has announced four new members to its Community Board. The appointments were made at the organization’s Annual Meeting October 28.

Mary Goldsher, Chief Operations Officer for Primary Care of DuPage Medical Group. Goldsher earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Marycrest College, and her MBA from University of Chicago. She resides in Naperville with her husband Mark. Goldsher also serves on the DuPage Health Coalition, the FORWARD Advisory Group and the College of DuPage Fall Advisory Committee.

Joseph Imburgia, General Manager for Packaging Personified in Carol Stream. Imburgia earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Eastern Illinois University and is a member of the Flexible Packaging Association. He resides in Naperville with his wife, Sally, and their four children.

Edward Perez, Vice President for Marketing and Sales Operations for US Cellular. Perez earned his Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Southwest Missouri State University. Ed resides in Glen Ellyn with his wife, Joelle, and their 3 children.

Wendy Rubas, Senior Associate General Counsel for Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield. Rubas earned her Bachelor of Social Work from Southern Illinois University and her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University. Rubas is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, the DuPage County Bar Association, and the Illinois Association of Hospital and Healthcare Attorneys. She resides in Naperville with her husband, Joseph and their two children.

Metropolitan Family Services DuPage provides area residents with services related to counseling, parenting, mental health, early childhood, youth mentoring, older adults and their caregivers, and family support. The center is located in Wheaton, with satellite offices in Naperville, Elmhurst and Woodridge.

About Metropolitan Family Services
Since 1930, Metropolitan Family Services DuPage has helped families restore balance in their lives and achieve economic stability; provided youth mentoring; counseled parents, children and seniors; and provided respite to family caregivers. Metropolitan DuPage is part of Metropolitan Family Services, one of the first and largest human services agencies in the Chicago area, reaching approximately 45,000 individuals and families in Chicago and the suburbs with programs and services that help families realize their potential and lead healthy, productive lives.