SourcePoint Welcomes Two New Board Members

2024 New Board Members (1)

PRESS RELEASE– SourcePoint announces the appointment of two new members to its board of directors, as well as the full slate of officers and board members for 2024. Joining the board of directors are Beth Fligner and Jodie Wegmiller.

Beth Fligner is the Senior Assistant Attorney General for Ohio. A Dublin resident, Fligner previously worked as the assistant prosecuting attorney for Delaware County. She has extensive volunteer experience, having worked with the Dublin Food Pantry, Dublin Youth Athletics, Fairy Godmothers, Lacrosse Boosters, and the PTO for Dublin elementary, middle, and high schools. Fligner earned a bachelor’s degree from Miami University and her Juris Doctor from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.

Jodie Wegmiller, a Delaware resident, is the Director of Nursing at OhioHealth. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Capital University and a master’s degree from Western Governors University.

The full 2024 board includes 18 individuals: President Alice Frazier, Vice President Pamela Foster, Secretary Liz Gitter, Treasurer Dennis Mowrey, Past President Gretchen Roberts, Sustaining Director Roger Van Sickle, Randy Bournique, William Brown, Adrienne Corbett, Ron Fantozzi, Beth Fligner, Annie Horstman, Wren Kruse, Joann Richards, Jane Taylor, Cheri Thompson, Michael Tucker, and Jodie Wegmiller.

SourcePoint’s board of directors is responsible for establishing the mission and ensuring that the organization continues to fulfill that mission with legal and ethical integrity. The board determines the strategic direction and provides financial oversight of the nonprofit organization. The board employs a chief executive officer to supervise staff, implement policy, and oversee day-to-day operations. 

SourcePoint is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides professional expertise, services, and programs for Delaware County adults who want to thrive after 55, as well as family caregivers. Services and programs are supported by the local senior services levy, private and corporate donations, grants, and the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging. Learn more at

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