WEST HARTFORD, CT -- The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford (JCF) has appointed Kathryn Gonnerman as Vice President of Philanthropy. Gonnerman will lead a three-person team to expand JCF’s philanthropic initiatives and grow JCF’s $120 million in assets.
Appointments, Transitions, Colleague News
HARTFORD, CT -- After serving more than 20 years as president and CEO of the Connecticut Health Foundation, Patricia Baker plans to retire in June 2020.
HARTFORD, CT -- Geralynn McGee is joining the Connecticut Health Foundation as policy director, leading strategies for advocacy and policies that will help eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities and improve the health of all Connecticut residents.
NEW CANAAN, CT -- Leonard Tow, Founder and chairman of The Tow Foundation, is one of nine recipients of the 10th class of the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. He was named during a ceremony held last week on the 100th anniversary of the death of Carnegie, a who was known for his charitable giving, at the latter’s ancestral home in Dunfermline, Scotland.
GROTON, CT -- "Retired Connecticut College vice president and former D.C. Court System executive officer Ulysses B. Hammond was named to the Chelsea Groton Bank's Board of Trustees. A former bank corporator and Chesea Groton Bank Foundation board member, Hammond has spent nearly three decades in public service at all levels of government.
SHEFFIELD, MA -- Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation (BTCF) is pleased to welcome Joseph R. Baker as their new vice president of finance and administration. He will oversee finances, investments, human resources and operations for BTCF.