4C for Children Announces New Roles and Promotions
June 20, 2017
4C for Children, a child care resource and referral agency headquartered in Cincinnati, is pleased to announce the new roles of five of its staff members.
“We are very lucky to work with such a talented group of individuals and I am thrilled to announce the following promotions and new roles,” said Vanessa Freytag, president and CEO of 4C for Children. “Our team has worked hard to strategically reorganize some of our job functions and positions so we can continue providing the best information, educational opportunities and advocacy for adults caring for children in our region.”
Kim Ginn has been promoted to vice president of program operations. Ginn will focus on the success, inter-connection and consistency of the programs that 4C delivers. Additionally, as new VP of program operations, Ginn will work with other senior leaders in establishing the strategy for 4C programs.
Paige Runion has been promoted to the new role of strategic director of special projects. Runion will help with the development, analysis, and incubation of new agency-wide operational and support projects.
Sadie Bonifas has been named to a position new to 4C: advocacy and community relations officer. In this role Bonifas will develop, organize, and promote 4C for Children’s advocacy and public policy work. Bonifas will work to create and execute a plan to broaden and deepen key community relationships in all of the regions that are vital to the success of 4C’s work.
Mary Alice Callahan has been named manager of program operations. In this role, she will have the direct supervisory responsibility for all the program team leaders. Callahan will lead the professional development of all 4C team leaders and managers.
Ilona Piaskowy has been promoted from development associate to development officer on the Agency Advancement team. Piaskowy will supervise the new development associate when the position is filled.