The North Georgia Community Foundation has announce a pair of additions to the company’s team to further develop its donor engagement and community leadership strategies.
Megan Martin was named director of donor engagement, and Margaux Dolenc was hired as foundation associate.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Megan and Margaux to the team during this exciting period of setting priorities and goals for the future,” said Michelle Prater, the foundation’s president and CEO.
“Their respective experience in community relations and customer satisfaction will help support NGCF’s infrastructure as we look at ways to deepen our donor engagement and build our community leadership across our region.”
Martin will focus on assisting NGCF’s donors with their charitable giving and ensure new and existing donors receive the highest quality service.
Dolenc brings more than 17 years of banking experience in the Hall County area, where she developed her business acumen and excelled in building customer relationships. Prior to starting with the foundation, she worked as the financial service specialist at Regions Bank and an assistant vice president with BB&T.
Founded in 1985 by Lou Fockele and other business leaders, the North Georgia Community Foundation supports nonprofit organizations and donors by building, distributing and preserving philanthropic assets.
The foundation serves Banks, Dawson, Fannin, Forsyth, Franklin, Habersham, Hall, Hart, Jackson, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union and White counties. To learn more, visit www.ngcf.org or call 770-535-7880.
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