Clouse, who has worked at UCH for three years, will work with major donors, overseeing UCH’s Donor Appreciation Dinners, and managing a strategic grant program. “I am very excited about my role at United Church Homes. In this new position I can continue to make an impact by connecting individuals, foundations and corporations to our mission. Their support will help transform aging,” Clouse said.
She recently completed LeadingAge Ohio’s Leadership Academy, a seven-month leadership program designed to develop aging services leaders throughout Ohio.
Clouse also has a bachelor of science in Gerontology from Bowling Green State University and a master of business administration from Franklin University.
“Alissa is very committed to our mission at United Church Homes and has demonstrated great results developing the culture of philanthropy. I look forward to her work in advancing our important initiative with respect to giving,” said Vice President of Advancement Gloria Hurwitz.
About United Church Homes: United Church Homes has been “Celebrating the Spirit” of seniors for a century. The nonprofit, faith-based organization is one of the largest providers of senior living, with more than 1,500 dedicated staff serving 4,500 residents of all faiths in 69 senior living communities throughout 14 states and two native American reservations. UCH is in covenant with the United Church of Christ and welcomes residents of all faiths.
Contact: Tiffany Latta, United Church Homes Communications Department, 740-382-4884, ext. 2012 or email@example.com.