Snoqualmie woman appointed to nonprofit BetterInvesting’s board of directors

  • Monday, October 30, 2017 1:09pm
  • Life

The BetterInvesting/NAIC board of directors welcomes new board member Carol Theine of Snoqualmie, who began her term Oct. 1.

Theine is a volunteer with the Puget Sound Chapter of BetterInvesting, a nonprofit organization founded in 1951 to educate everyday people about the stock market as a way to achieve financial independence.

Theine has been a volunteer since 2004 and since 2011 has been a member of the BetterInvesting Volunteer Advisory Board, most recently serving as chairperson. Between 1999 and 2003 she was a board member of EarthCorps, an environmental nonprofit organization.

Theine’s professional career includes a tenure at Microsoft, where she worked in customer support and as a manager for the company’s Desktop Systems unit. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Alverno College.

For further information about BetterInvesting visit www.betterinvesting.org or call toll free (877) 275-6242.

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