Chemical Heritage Foundation Names Creedon V.P. of Institutional Advancement (7/9/09)

July 9, 2009
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The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) has named Denise Creedon as its vice president of Institutional Advancement.

The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) has named Denise Creedon its vice president of Institutional Advancement. Creedon will lead efforts to broaden the base of support for CHF programs and activities.  She will oversee the implementation of professional development and communications strategies to engage new audiences, align with corporate and foundation charitable giving criteria, and advance individual giving through annual, donor directed, and planned gifts to form the framework of a comprehensive and expandable fundraising arm at CHF. Creedon, along with her professional staff in the Institutional Advancement Department, aims to fulfill the promise and the legacy upon which the Chemical Heritage Foundation was founded - To Tell the Story of Chemistry.

Before joining CHF, Creedon devoted much of her professional career to the non-profit sector, serving most recently as the co-director of the Why It Matters comprehensive capital campaign at WHYY Inc. for the past seven years.

For more information, visit www.chemheritage.org.

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