Hamilton Capital's Leuby Named to Columbus Speech & Hearing Center Board
William A. Leuby, senior vice president of Columbus-based investment management and financial advisory firm Hamilton Capital Management, Inc., has been named to the Board of Directors of Columbus Speech & Hearing Center.
The Center, which is the largest outpatient provider of pediatric speech-language and hearing services in the Columbus area, provides complete diagnostic and therapeutic services to central Ohio children and adults with communication disorders. Leuby, who has been profoundly deaf since birth, was a patient of Columbus Speech & Hearing Center as a child.
“Communication disorders affect 28 million people in the United States, impacting every aspect of life,” said Columbus Speech & Hearing President & CEO Dr. Dawn Gleason. “We help individuals and families in central Ohio meet these challenges by providing the very best accessible, cost-effective and personalized care. We’re glad to have Bill’s expertise and enthusiasm as we continue to pursue that valuable mission.”
Leuby also will serve on the board’s Finance Committee.
“It’s an honor to join this board of respected, accomplished professionals, to work with the Center’s committed and talented staff, and to be able to give back to an organization that did so much for me and my family,” said Leuby.
An attorney, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Financial Planner™, Leuby has been named one of the nation’s “Best Financial Advisers For Doctors” five times by Medical Economics magazine and one of Dental Practice Report’s “Best Financial Advisers For Dentists” three times.
A New Albany resident and a past president of the Rotary Club of New Albany, he holds an undergraduate degree from Miami University (Ohio) and a law degree from The Ohio State University.
Founded in 1923, Columbus Speech & Hearing Center is a non-profit United Way organization serving over 10,000 people annually. Services include hearing evaluations, hearing aids, speech therapy for children and adults, occupational therapy and treatment, and vocational services for the Hard-of-Hearing, Deaf and Deaf-Blind through the Comprehensive Program for the Deaf. Generous charitable giving from the community helps offset the cost of the Center’s valued services for low-income families. More information is available at www.columbusspeech.org.