Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation Board of Directors Elects Two New Officers
ST. LOUIS – The twenty two member board of directors of the Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation has elected two new Officers: Bill Corrigan as Secretary and Greg Twardowski as Treasurer.
In their roles as Elected Officers, Mr. Corrigan and Mr. Twardowski join the Executive Committee of the Foundation’s board and will oversee all records and financials of the Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation, respectively.
Mr. Corrigan is currently a Partner at Armstrong Teasdale and has been recognized in the Best Lawyers in America® list since 2005. He succeeds Edith C. Cunnane as Secretary.
Mr. Twardowski has been the President and CEO of Whelan Security since 2001, one of the nation’s top privately held security companies. He succeeds Michael Mooney as Treasurer.
Both Elected Officers have more than a decade of combined service as members of the board of the Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation, and have held many community leadership positions dedicated to providing educational opportunity to families in need.
“On behalf of the board of directors of the Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation, we extend our deepest gratitude to Edith Cunnane and Michael Mooney for their years of service and leadership as Elected Officers, and for their continued commitment to the mission of TTEF as members of our board of directors,” says TTEF Board Chairman Kevin M. Short. “We congratulate Bill Corrigan and Greg Twardowski in their new roles as Secretary and Treasurer, and we are confident that the future of the Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation is bright with these leaders at the helm.”
About Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation
The Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation (TTEF) was founded in 1991 as a 501(c)(3) organization by a concerned group of corporate and civic leaders, and has grown into the 4th largest elementary school scholarship organization in the United States. Since its inception, TTEF has raised more than $100 million from local and national funding sources to provide need-based tuition assistance scholarships, enabling thousands of St. Louis children to attend the private or parochial elementary school of their choice.