Julie Reagan Hired for New Full-time Position
The Community Foundation of Boone County is pleased to announce that Julie Reagan has been named Development & Communications Director, a new full-time position with the Foundation.
Reagan has a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership and a Bachelor Degree in Communication from Purdue University. She has served as an Academic Advisor and the Associate Director of Undergraduate Academic Advising & Retention for IUPUI since 2013. Her professional development, community involvement, and awards fill an entire page of her resume. Her role will include community engagement, fund development, special projects, communications, and stewardship. She will begin this new role on December 17, 2018.
“As our Foundation and our programs continue to grow, so must our staff. I’m excited to welcome Julie to our team so we can continue CFBC’s momentum!” said President & CEO, Kristi Reynolds. “Julie emerged as an extraordinary match for our mission and vision. She has a passion for this community. It’s rare to find someone that brings an equal combination of creativity and design as well as a love for data and statistics. We’re getting ready to announce an exciting campaign for Boone County and our 2019 programs, grants, and scholarships. Julie is the perfect fit for the excitement of 2019 and beyond!”
“I love this community and the work of the Foundation. I’m excited for the opportunity to help make decisions that will impact Boone County. This is where I live and where my husband and I are raising our boys.” said Reagan, “To have the opportunity to take my strong work ethic, values, and creative core and make my home better is a dream come true!”
You can reach Julie at JReagan@communityfoundationbc.org after 12/17/18.
CFBC currently manages more than $22 million in assets. In the past 27 years, the Foundation has worked with donors to create permanent funds for charitable giving. The establishment and growth of permanent endowment funds will strengthen Boone County for generations to come. Since 1991, the Community Foundation has granted over $22 million back to Boone County.