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Toledo Community Foundation

Help Us Welcome Heather Bradley to the Foundation

Published on 07/19/2016 by Joanne M Olnhausen

Toledo, OH – July 19, 2016 – The Board of Trustees of Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Heather L. Bradley as Director of The Center for Nonprofit Resources at Toledo Community Foundation.

Heather joined the Foundation on July 18, 2016. She replaces Michelle Klinger, who left the position in May. She will be responsible for overall management and operations of The Center. Prior to joining the Foundation, Heather owned her own business management company for 16 years wherein she focused on the creation and implementation of team and organizational design solutions, providing measurable performance indicators and improvement plans. Among her other notable accomplishments, she held management positions in Human Resources for 15 years and is a thrice-published author. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from York University in Ontario, Canada.

“I’m excited to join The Center to offer support for the growth and sustainability of our nonprofit community,” says Heather. “I am proud to continue this important work.”

The Center for Nonprofit Resources, founded in 2002, is dedicated to promoting professional management in the nonprofit sector by ensuring that nonprofit organizations in our region have the information and resources they require to operate in an efficient and effective manner. In addition to offering professional development workshops and webinars, The Center manages two certificate programs, the Certificate in Nonprofit Management and the Certificate of Executive Leadership, which have proven to maximize success in the nonprofit sector. More information about the certificate programs and current workshop offerings can be found at www.c4npr.org.

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