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Community Foundation announces
staff advances

FREDERICKSBURG, VA. (July 8, 2013) The Community Foundation announces the promotion of two staff members, reflecting their increased responsibilities. Casey Hu, formerly Foundation Specialist has assumed the duties of Donor Services Manager. Lisa Biever, formerly Program Officer, is now Director of Donor Services.

"Director of Donor Services is a new position that reflects The Community Foundation's recent growth. We've doubled our overall asset size in the last three years.," said Executive Director Teri McNally. "The new positions will allow us to maintain our excellent donor services and add more new charitable funds to benefit our community. I'm delighted to have greater staff capacity available for our donors. I'm sure they will notice the difference."

Biever will join McNally in tailoring the foundation's philanthropic services to meet the needs of area donors.

"As we make it easy for people to give through the foundation, we grow permanent charitable funds that make a positive impact on lives throughout the region," McNally said.

Hu came to the foundation in July 2012 with 18 years of experience in claims account management at GEICO. In her position she will administer the foundation's charitable gift distribution process.


For more information:
Teri McNally
Executive Director
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