INDIANAPOLIS, IN —Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) is pleased to announce the following additions to its staff:
- Lamont Hulse, Director of Community Collaborations. Lamont was formerly Executive Director of Making Connections Indianapolis, Inc., a partnership between CICF and the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Previously, he led Bridges to Success and the Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center, and also served as Associate Director of the POLIS Center at IUPUI.
- Alicia J. Barnett, Community Collaborations Manager. Alicia was formerly Resident Engagement and Leadership Manager, Making Connections Indianapolis, Inc., a partnership between CICF and the Annie E. Casey Foundation and previously served as a Community Builder with the Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center and Grant Administrator for the city's Neighborhood Action Grant. Alicia is a graduate of Indiana University.
- Kelli Elser, Donor Services Advisor. Kelli was formerly Director of Admissions at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School. After graduating from Valpraiso University, Kelli served as the school’s Assistant Director of Annual Giving.
- Andrew Black, Grants Officer. Andrew was formerly the Director of Public Policy for the Indiana Afterschool Network, and previously served as a Legislative Aide with the United States Congress. Andrew is a graduate of Indiana University.
“Through their roles with Making Connections Monty and Alicia brought organizations, neighborhoods and people together, and really made a positive difference in our community. Kelli and Andrew will be terrific assets to CICF’s mission of transformative philanthropy and we’re looking forward to have each of these talented people on staff,” said Brian Payne, President and CEO of Central Indiana Community Foundation. CICF currently employs 45 full- and part-time employees.
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