The Fairfield-based Norma F. Pfriem Breast Care Center has added three new members to its advisory board.
Named to the board were:
Georgia Adams, of Westport, a retired risk manager who worked for Lehman Brothers and Goldman Sachs, the Pfriem Center said. She held leadership positions on the boards of several nonprofits, including Westport-Weston United Way, Westport PTA, National Charity League, Family and Children's Agency in Norwalk, and Near and Far Aid, Inc.
Lauren Fuchs, of Fairfield, who has been involved in nonprofits including Bridgeport Hospital, St. Vincent's Hospital, Inspirica, the former Jewish Home for the Elderly and the America Israel Public Affairs Committee. She volunteered at the Pfriem Center after her mother died of breast cancer, the center said.
Laurel Oztemel, of Westport and New York City, a theatrical producer who also owns a design company. She is a former singer and was one of the producers for the Broadway musical "Promises Promises," the center said. She has been involved with the Pfriem Center since its inception.