|Jun 10, 2019,|
|The Center for Social & Environmental Stewardship|
Meet the New Director of Development at “The Center” The Center for Social and Environmental Stewardship is thrilled to announce Tamara Stanley as their Director of Development
The Center for Socia and Environmentl Stewardship (The Center), previously Circuit Rider Productions, is pleased to announce the appointment of Tamara Stanley as the organization\'s new Director of Development. Prior to this position, Tamara worked as CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County and VP/Corporate Real Estate at Redwood Credit Union.
Tamara has over twenty years of fund development experience at Sonoma County organizations such as the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County, Hanna Boys Center and Habitat. Her background includes real estate development, affordable housing, nonprofit management and event production.
Tamara says, "The mission of The Center inspires me! I can\'t wait to share more widely the good work that we do and to find more ways to uplift and strengthen our community."
CEO Che Casul says, Tamara is a wonderful fit for our organization. Her depth of experience and enthusiasm for our mission, for building relationships, and for this community will make her a great asset to The Center."
If you\'d like to get in touch with Tamara she can be reached by email and phone at: Tamara Stanley, firstname.lastname@example.org, (707)838-6641 x222
About The Center for Social and Environmental Stewardship:
The Center was orginally incorporated in 1976. The multifaceted programs are designed to address the interdependent links between the health of the individual person, the greater community and the natural environment. The mission of The Center is to support community members to become stewards of their own lives, the lives of others and the environment we share.
For more information, visit our website www.cfses.org
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