Bri Warner Recently Named to Several Local Boards of Directors
Rosie is excited to celebrate Bri Warner’s service to the Springfield community!
Bri Warner is an attorney with Ozarks Elder Law, specializing in probate, guardianships, and estate planning. Bri is an active member of the Springfield community and is actively involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks, the Community Foundation of the Ozarks’ Professional Advisors Council, The Network for Springfield’s Young Professionals, Southern Missouri Women Lawyers Association and is a Court Appointed Special Advocate.
In recent months Bri has stepped into leadership roles with a number of organizations in the Springfield community. She now serves on the Board of Directors for The Glo Center, Include Ozarks, the Betty and Bobby Allison Ozarks Counseling Center, Sculpture Walk Springfield, and Diaper Banks of the Ozarks.
Bri resides in Springfield and loves to dote on her animals in her spare time.
Viviana Writer Elected to Sculpture Walk Springfield Board of Directors
Rosie is excited to celebrate the election of Viviana Writer to the Sculpture Walk Springfield Board of Directors!
Viviana Writer is a longtime resident of Southwest Missouri with a passion for serving her community. A strong team player experienced in several aspects of commercial real estate and business development, including; identifying markets for acquisition and development, due diligence, leasing, marketing, property investments and dispositions.
With her broad skill set, Viviana has served on four local non-profit boards, and countless committees. She is the newest board member of Sculpture Walk Springfield and is honored to be a part of valuable resource that provides “a museum without walls”.
Sculpture Walk Springfield
Sculpture Walk Springfield‘s mission is “to enhance the quality of life and to promote economic vitality through the artistic transformation of Springfield with outdoor sculpture.” Public art has proven itself to play a major role in rejuvenating public spaces and local economies in places as diverse as Chicago, Illinois and Asheville, North Carolina.
Sculpture Walk Springfield is an initiative aimed at creating such a museum, by displaying quality sculptures in public places in Springfield on an annually rotating schedule. Each collection of sculptures will be in place from April to February of the next year.