Common Thread for the Cure Foundation Adds 3 New Board Members

Lexington, NC, September 27, 2021-The Common Thread for the Cure Foundation has named three new members to its board of directors: Laura Holland from Hickory Chair, Lesley Zitone from 3form, and Sasha Ikovic from Crossville Inc. 

The organization supports individuals fighting breast cancer who are affiliated with the furnishings and design industries by offering financial assistance through confidential Helping Hands Grants. 

Holland joined Hickory Chair 36 years ago and currently serves as the vice president of marketing and communications for Hickory Chair and its Pearson brand. 

Zitone, also a breast cancer survivor, is based in New Jersey as a regional manager and sales consultant for 3form. Over the past 15 years she has held multiple positions at 3form after her previous ten years at Milliken Carpet. 

Ikovic is a design representative in client development at Crossville Tile in Los Angeles. 

In addition to Chair Schwinghammer, other members of the board include: Jane Barea, president, Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Karen Kontoulas, vice president of fundraising, Kimball Office, Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Linda Higgins, secretary, LHiggins Design, Graham, North Carolina; Patty Younts, treasurer, Lexington, North Carolina.; along with directors Rob Mayer, Mayer Fabrics, Indianapolis, Indiana; Phil Miller III, Thayer Coggin, Inc., High Point, North Carolina; Pam Mathias, Versteel, Jasper, Indiana; Ashley Morgan, Raleigh, North Carolina; Kelly Ponder, Crypton, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan; Mark Stuckey, The Contract Group, Holly Springs, North Carolina; Kathy Wall, The Media Matters, Inc., Lexington, North Carolina; Dee Wyrick, Momentum Group, Semora, North Carolina.

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