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Clovernook Center hires Isaac Ferguson

August 1, 2013 – Cincinnati, OH – Isaac Ferguson has been hired as Facilities and Quality Control Manager at Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in North College Hill. Isaac received his undergraduate degree in 2003 from Northern Kentucky University (NKU), graduating with bachelor’s degrees in organizational systems technology and business education with a concentration in political science. He received his master’s degree from NKU in public administration and organizational behavior/local government management. Previously, Isaac worked as Senior Administrative Associate in the Office of the President at NKU and as Treasurer in Tom Elfers’ campaign for Kenton County Commissioner in Kenton County, KY. Most recently, Isaac was employed with Building Management Partners in Hebron, KY. At Clovernook Center, Isaac will be responsible for the overall management of facilities, IT, the physical plant and quality control systems. “I am very fortunate to have been welcomed into Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired. In my opinion, there has not been a better period in time to be introduced to the organization. The growth and development opportunities are endless. I look forward to assisting the organization in achieving more as we further our mission and vision,” Isaac said. He prides himself on a diverse background in administration, IT, and building management, which will assist him during his time at Clovernook Center. “Isaac brings just the right blend of skills to help us move forward. We’re glad he’s on board with our organization,” said Robin L. Usalis, President/CEO. Isaac lives in Latonia, KY and is an avid reader, bowler and gardener.

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