Join Us In Welcoming These New Nonprofit Leaders

| by Bert Armstrong

Armstrong McGuire is proud to work with our clients to hire these exceptional individuals. Please join us in welcoming them to their new roles.

Kelly Calabria
President and CEO
Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation
Please join FHLI as they welcome Kelly Calabria to their team. Kelly is a trusted leader and advisor to CEOs and executive teams of the country’s leading health systems, payers, and corporations. Kelly will bring her problem solving, teambuilding, and marketing background to lead FHLI and its partners as they as strive for healthy North Carolina’s communities in 2021 and beyond.

Crystal Clark
Director of Donor Engagement
Stop Soldier Suicide

Stop Soldier Suicide is excited to have Crystal Clark join their dynamic team as the first Director of Donor Engagement. Crystal brings 8 years of nonprofit experience growing donor support, leading volunteers, and developing fundraising programs. She is honored to join in their mission to save lives every day. 

Rodolfo Crooks
Clinical Director
Triangle Family Services
Rodolfo will be joining Triangle Family Services as their new Clinical Director in mid-January. He most recently served as the Director at B&D Integrated Health Services. Rodolfo is passionate about the specialized approach to deliver quality and sustainable clinical services to adults, children, and their families throughout North Carolina. Central to his vision is the dedication to leadership, training, and positive outcomes that can transform communities so that children and families can thrive.

Curtis Holloman
Executive Director
The Foundation for a Healthy High Point
Curtis Holloman, a North Carolina native with a long history of fighting healthcare inequities and investing in communities, has been selected as The Foundation for a Healthy High Point’s new Executive Director. His previous experience includes Senior Advisor and Director of Grants and Programs of the Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg, Deputy Director at Penn State College of Medicine’s Office of Rural Health Policy, and Deputy Director of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program office based out of the Health Research and Educational Trust at the New Jersey Hospital Association.

Aimal Noor
Accounting Manager
Triangle Family Services
Aimal joins Triangle Family Services as the Accounting Manager. In that role he will oversee several accounting functions including the oversight of grants and contracts. Aimal has over 11 years of accounting experience with profit and non-profit organizations in North Carolina and abroad.



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