SARASOTA, FL – The Community Foundation of Sarasota County has announced the promotion of a longstanding staff member to help guide the organization’s community investment strategies.
Angelica Hull has been promoted to Director of Community Impact, in which she will manage a portfolio of grants and initiatives in various sectors with a focus on health and human services. In addition to developing closer relationships with nonprofit grantees and community partners, Hull will help develop the foundation’s strategy to address local needs through charitable gifts. In her previous roles at the foundation, Hull served as Manager of Grants as well as Coordinator of Community Impact. Hull will continue to work closely with Kirsten Russell, Vice President of Community Impact.
“Investing in our future begins with investing in our people,” says Roxie Jerde, President and CEO at the Community Foundation. “Angelica brings such talent and invaluable experience to their new roles, and we’re fortunate to be a part of their professional journey and personal passion to strengthen our community for everyone who lives here.”
For more than 40 years, the Community Foundation of Sarasota County has been key to unlocking possibilities for everyone who calls our area home. Founded in 1979 by the Southwest Florida Estate Planning Council, the Community Foundation has grown one donor at a time to become the second largest community foundation in the state of Florida, managing more than 1,570 funds and granting more than $350 million to area nonprofit organizations serving our community.
About the Community Foundation of Sarasota County: The Community Foundation of Sarasota County is a public charity founded in 1979 by the Southwest Florida Estate Planning Council as a resource for caring individuals and the causes they support, enabling them to make a charitable impact on the community. With assets of $520 million in more than 1,570 charitable funds, the Community Foundation awarded grants and scholarships totaling $27.5 million dollars last year in the areas of education, the arts, health and human services, civic engagement, animal welfare and the environment. Since its founding, the Community Foundation has been able to grant more than $350 million to area nonprofit organizations to our community thanks to the generosity of charitable individuals, families, and businesses. For more information, visit www.CFSarasota.org or call (941) 955-3000.