Teresa R. LeGrair
As President & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve, Teresa R. LeGrair brings her passion and dedication to lead a youth development organization, whose high-impact Club and Outreach Programs inspire and enable over 1,900 children and teens in Greater Akron to become caring, responsible and productive citizens and leaders. Teresa has served the Akron community in many capacities over the course of her career, and prior to joining the Boys & Girls Clubs, she served as Vice President of Programs and Member Services for the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank. Teresa also served in leadership roles as Vice President of Operations at the Akron Community Service Center and Urban League and as Executive Director of Human Resources for the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Prior to entering the non-profit arena, she spent 16 years with Aetna Health Plans in various and progressive roles of responsibility.
Teresa holds her Bachelor's Degree in Business Management from Malone University and is a graduate of Leadership Akron, Class XXIV. Her extensive board and volunteer involvement has included work with Heart to Heart Communications, Junior Leadership Akron, Dorothy O. Jackson Leadership Society, United Way Women's Leadership Council, United Way Basic Needs Council, and the LeBron James King for Kids Bike-a-Thon.
Virginia C. Albanese
Virginia Albanese is President and CEO of FedEx Custom Critical, North America’s largest,
critical-shipment carrier. The company provides 24/7 service throughout the United States, Canada
and internationally, delivering hundreds of thousands of critical shipments each year. Expedited shipping services are available through the company’s Surface Expedite, Air Expedite and White Glove Services® divisions. The company also has a subsidiary – FedEx Truckload Brokerage to meet customers’ truckload shipping needs.
Albanese joined FedEx Custom Critical in 1986 and quickly worked her way up the ranks, holding director positions in various departments where she placed a strong focus on organizational culture, accountability for results, customer satisfaction and people development.
In each role, Albanese used technology to improve productivity through automation. Her streamlining of processes has created improved and more efficient service for both internal and external customers.
Albanese earned a bachelor of science degree (‘85) and an EMBA (‘95) from Kent State University. In addition to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve she serves on a number of boards to benefit the Northeast Ohio community, including the Greater Akron Chamber of Commerce, Akron Children’s Hospital and the Akron Community Foundation.