July 11, 2023
Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired announces the hire of a new Vice President of Advancement who brings to the role nearly 20 years of experience in development and fundraising. In this position, Denise Carl will be responsible for all functions of fund development, communications, media relations and community relations. This includes the responsibility to oversee strategic planning and innovation.
“We’re excited to welcome Denise to the Clovernook Center team,” said Chris Faust, Clovernook Center President & CEO. “Her extensive knowledge in development and fundraising will be a real asset to our organization as we work together to provide life-enriching opportunities to people who are blind and visually impaired, while empowering them to lead active and independent lives.”
“I am very honored and excited to join this talented, dedicated team,” said Carl. “I look forward to helping further Clovernook Center’s mission into a second century of service to the blind and visually impaired community.”
Prior to joining Clovernook Center, Carl worked for Disabled American Veterans (DAV). She also previously served in roles with Thomas More University, The Health Collaborative, The University of Kentucky, The University of Cincinnati Foundation and Easterseals Redwood. Carl earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in media arts & studies from the University of Kentucky.Back to News