Clovernook Center hires Betsy Baugh as vice president of fund development and community relations
Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, a not-for-profit organization in North College Hill, recently hired Betsy Baugh to serve as vice president of fund development and community relations. Baugh formerly held the position of vice president of philanthropic support for the Visiting Nurses Association and brings an array of experience in donor development to Clovernook Center. Baugh will serve on Clovernook’s senior leadership team and report directly to the organizations CEO, Robin Usalis. Usalis states, “Betsy’s experience in development and her passion for philanthropy makes her the perfect fit for Clovernook Center. We are looking forward to utilizing her expertise to further our mission.” Baugh graduated from Wright State University with a Bachelor of Arts inCommunications and currently serves as president-elect and chairs the National Philanthropy Day Committee for the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. She resides in Springfield Township with her husband and daughter.
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