The North Carolina Community Foundation is pleased to welcome two new staff members to the team and celebrate an internal promotion.
Joining the Foundation are: Laurie Beaty as program associate and Kendra Remy as operations support specialist. Also, promoted from within was Meredith Bell to the Community Leadership Team serving the Northern Piedmont region.
Beaty supports implementing processes related to NCCF’s grantmaking programs. She serves nonprofits, foundation board members, and our statewide network of fundholders in distribution of funds to support the needs of the community. Her experience includes managing grant initiatives for the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, and she brings critical and creative thinking, proficiency and a strong work ethic to NCCF. She looks forward to contributing to our support of philanthropy across the state.
Remy joins our operations team following working with our finance team for several months, where she contributed to our gift entry and donor support functions. She has over twelve years of office administration and project management experience, provides exceptional customer service and gives her time and attention to NC and beyond through community service and volunteer activities.
Bell joined our Community Leadership Team, serving the Northern Piedmont region. She has been with NCCF since January, working as Program Associate with our Grants and Scholarships team. Prior to joining the Foundation, Meredith was the campaign group director with Capital Development Services, where she provided professional fundraising services and performed donor prospect research. Additionally, she led volunteer efforts for the United Way of Pitt County as their volunteer center director. Beyond her background in the nonprofit sector, she has a passion for and commitment to the unique communities of North Carolina.
NCCF is thrilled to welcome these new members of our team, according to Jennifer Tolle Whiteside, NCCF CEO and president. “Laurie and Kendra are excellent additions to our team, and we’re excited to work with them,” she said. “We’re also proud to promote Meredith from within and look forward to seeing all the great work she will do across the region.”