ASGA Welcomes Three New Members to Board of Directors

The Autism Society of Greater Akron is excited to announce Ryan Pink (U-Haul International), Louise Dalton (The Timken Company), and Lorraine M. Signore (Brennan, Manna & Diamond, LLC) have joined our Board of Directors, which continues to grow and feature a wide range professional backgrounds. We can't wait to see what they bring to our team!


Ryan Pink, Business Analyst, U-Haul International

Ryan is a corporate business analyst for U-Haul International, a husband, and father of 2 young boys.

“Working in several different positions over 20 years at U-Haul, in both business and tech, I’ve gained different skills that I plan to put to work for the ASGA and our community. I look forward to working with such a wonderful organization to enhance the available events, services, and support for those in the area impacted by Autism.”

Ryan lives in Rittman with his wife Laurie and sons Luca and Rocco. His oldest son is on the Autism spectrum. 

 Dalton Louise Dalton, General Manager of Global Analytics and Decision Support, The Timken Company

Louise received a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Brunel University, England and earned an executive master of business administration degree from Boston University’s school of management. She is also a graduate of Leadership Stark County. Louise lives in Jackson Township with her husband Ethan, and their two youngest sons Ethan and James.

“I am honored to serve on the ASGA board, and welcome the opportunity to help make a positive impact on those affected by Autism in our communities.”

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Lorraine M. Signore, Director of Marketing, Brennan, Manna & Diamond, LLC

Lorraine is the Director of Marketing for the law firm of Brennan Manna & Diamond, a wife, and mother of 4 children. Her youngest son will be a freshman at The University of Akron this fall and is on the autism spectrum.

“When our son was diagnosed with autism 16 years ago, we had no idea how profoundly our lives would forever be changed. Throughout our journey, we have learned about patience, acceptance, hope, and love. His challenges made us better people and I couldn’t be more thankful. As a board member of ASGA, I dedicate my time, talent and treasure to inspire hope, love, and acceptance for those affected by autism. I am proud to serve with others who share my passion.”

Lorraine also serves on the Executive Board of the Copley-Fairlawn Schools Foundation.