Exciting Opportunity Now Available: Executive Director Search Underway

The Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund is actively searching for a passionate and experienced candidate to lead the organization during exciting times of growth and support locally.

The search for Executive Director follows news of Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund current Executive Director, Lori Namur, accepting a new opportunity. Namur has been with the Women’s Fund since 2014 and will be leaving the organization as of February 8. She has accepted a new position where she will be taking on Organizational Change Management consulting. Namur has been instrumental in facilitating the Women’s Fund growth within the past four years, most recently focusing on Fond du Lac Says No More, an initiative dedicated to preventing violence against women and children.

“It has been an honor working for the Women’s Fund. Being a part of the organization has provided me with the opportunity to work with so many wonderful individuals on our team and also in the community”
– Lori Namur

“Lori has been a tremendous asset to our organization. She has fostered growth of the organization and focused the mission and efforts of the group, while demonstrating her passion for positively impacting the lives of women and children in the Fond du Lac community. She’ll be greatly missed but we wish her all the best in her new endeavor”,
– Deb Hoffmann, 2019 Board President of the Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund

Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund is currently soliciting applicants to fill the Executive Director opening. Information on the position is available here.

Posted on January 25, 2019


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