July 7, 2021 – Tommy Nobis Center, a Marietta-based nonprofit that helps individuals with disabilities enter or return to employment, recently added Betsi Barrett and Kevin Ostwald to their board of directors.
As a Partner in the tax department of Bennett Thrasher, an Atlanta-based accounting firm, Betsi Barrett provides credits and incentives tax consulting services to large and middle market taxpayers. She specializes in research and development tax credits, cost segregation and other federal and state credits and incentives. She has over fifteen years of public accounting and industry experience and is an IRS Enrolled Agent. Betsi previously held positions at Grant Thornton and McGladrey and Cherry Bekaert. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Kennesaw State University’s Michael J. Cole’s College of Business. She serves on the Advisory Board for the School of Accountancy at Kennesaw State.
Kevin Ostwald is an experienced, passionate and results-driven executive with a focus on innovation who has held a number of senior management positions in healthcare over the last 20 years. He is currently the President of Amoena, a global leader in women’s healthcare. Prior to Amoena, Kevin spent 10 years as a Director at Hanger Orthopedic where he oversaw the Podiatry business unit. Kevin has a strong analytical and creative mind with the ability to align strategic goals with market trends and opportunities. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Pepperdine University.
“I am very excited to welcome Betsi and Kevin to our board of directors,” says Dave Ward, President and CEO of Tommy Nobis Center. “They bring a high level of expertise and enthusiasm that will enhance our ability to achieve our mission and change lives.”