Connecticut Council for Philanthropy President to Surrender Title


Connecticut Council for Philanthropy president, Nancy Roberts, will be leaving her post by the end of March.

The Board's search committee will be seeking out her new successor, which will be led by former Council Board Chair Patricia Baker, president and CEO of the Connecticut Health Foundation. The Council's new president will be announced at the Connecticut Philanthropy Summit.


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