Feldman named trustee of Miami University of Ohio
Deborah Feldman ’82 MPA was appointed to a
nine-year term as a trustee of Miami University by Governor Mike DeWine of
Ohio. Located in Oxford, Ohio, Miami is the 10th oldest public university in
the United States and enrolls slightly more than 24,000 students.
Feldman is the president and CEO of Dayton
Children’s Hospital, a role she has held since 2012; the hospital serves more
than 300,000 children each year across Ohio and eastern Indiana.
Feldman was previously county administrator
for Montgomery County, Ohio, a position she held for 15 years. She has 15 years
additional experience in county government, including as director of human
resources and assistant county administrator.
Feldman has also been a member of the
Children’s Hospital Association, the Ohio Children’s Hospital Association, the
Ohio Hospital Association Board of Trustees. She has chaired the Preschool
Promise Board and the Montgomery County Family and Children’s First Council.
In 2018 the League of Women Voters recognized
her as one of their Dangerous Dames. Feldman has also received the National
Conference of Community Justice’s Humanitarian Award and the Women of Influence
Award from the YWCA.
You can read more about Feldman’s appointment in this article in the Dayton Daily News.