Hoyle, 41, replaces Doug Czajkowski, who took a post as associate dean for development at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. Hoyle, a Rutgers University graduate, comes to Gleaners from a previous position as vice president of business development and talent acquisition for New Jersey-based consulting firm GalaxE.Solutions Inc.
Hoyle reports to the nonprofit's president, Gerry Brisson, and works with other leaders on their mission, communication strategy and overall philanthropy plan. Hoyle, a former Crain's 40 under 40 honoree, has also served on Gleaners' board for three years.
Before taking the position of CFO, Makris was chief financial specialist for Plymouth-based Financial One Accounting Inc. She replaces Michelle Sherman, who is now CFO at Detroit-based Southwest Solutions.
Makris is a certified public accountant and graduated from the University of Michigan. She will work with Gleaners leadership to create and oversee implementation of financial strategies.
Article from Crain's Detroit.