New Faces in New Places

| by Bert Armstrong

In recent months my team at Armstrong McGuire has been helping some terrific organizations across the Carolinas navigate change.  Our joint efforts have culminated with the hiring of new executives in non-profit organizations across the region.

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Christine Byrd joined the Children’s Home Society of North Carolina last month as the Director of Grants Management. Christine will provide leadership and project management to the grant writing function of CHS and secure financial resources for CHS’ programs, services, and operations. CHS meets the complex needs of North Carolina's children and families by providing a broad spectrum of programs and services.

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Michael Campbell is the new Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County.  Mike has been president and chief executive of Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County, Fla., since 2006. He has worked in nonprofit leadership for 20 years, including with a YMCA chapter. 
Read an article on Sylvia Oberle’s retirement and Mike’s hiring from the Winston-Salem Journal: 
http://www.journalnow.com/news/local/forsyth-habitat-chapter-names-new-top-executive/article_9ed4b528-d8e5-510b-ad70-ee06911b2081.html#.VyT0TB_9_Yp.facebook

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The Lung Transplant Foundation (LTF) has completed an extensive process to hire its first Executive Director and we are pleased to welcome Emily Everett as the first Executive Director. Emily has more than 25 years of nonprofit experience that includes the March of Dimes, American Red Cross and most recently, Stop Hunger Now.

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NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina is delighted to announce Tara Romano as its new Executive Director. Romano will join the staff in May.  "We are thrilled to announce Tara Romano as our next Executive Director for NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina,” said board chair Jina Dhillon. "Tara’s passion and commitment to ensuring reproductive autonomy and self-determination for all North Carolinians is unparalleled. She is a visionary leader with the ability to connect diverse audiences, individuals, and constituencies for social justice. We couldn’t be more excited and energized for the road ahead under her leadership.”

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The South Carolina Department of Social Services has hired Sandy Hart for the Director of Operations position.  Sandy Hart is currently the Acting Senior Director for Casey Family Programs in the Greater Seattle, Washington area.



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