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TOLEDO, OHIO, April 11, 2022 – Keith Burwell, president of Greater Toledo Community Foundation, is pleased to announce the appointments of Abigail Aldrich and Elizabeth Salerno.

Abigail (Abby) Aldrich joined the staff as Executive Vice President, Operations & Special Projects. Abby assumed this new role on April 4. “I look forward to guiding Greater Toledo Community Foundation as we continue to make positive impact in northwest Ohio. I am excited to see what the future holds for this organization and our community,” said Abby.

Abby previously served as Executive Director of United Way of Sandusky County, which office is located in Fremont, OH. Prior to her position with United Way, she held the positions of West Branch Manager and Mortgage Originator of Fremont Federal Credit Union.

“The Foundation is very excited to welcome Abby to this position and to Toledo. Her understanding and familiarity of the many nonprofits in our community, together with her background and experience, promise to greatly benefit our work as well as the entire nonprofit community,” said Keith.

The Foundation is also pleased to announce the addition of Elizabeth Salerno, who joined the Foundation on April 4th to fill a newly-created position as Grantmaking Associate. Elizabeth was most recently the Executive Director for Housing Help of Lenawee. She has prior experience in development and nonprofit marketing, and events administration, including fundraising.  

Elizabeth reports to Patrick Johnston, vice president, Community Engagement and Mike Greer, vice president, Philanthropic Services & Advancement, who said “we are very excited to have Elizabeth joining our team. Her knowledge and experience will increase both our ability to efficiently process grants to the community and understand their impact.”

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