Managing Partner notice
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A Note From Board President, Connie Gold
Carrie Veurink has resigned her role as Managing Partner, effective mid-January 2019. Carrie has served ACDN for over six years. We are so grateful for her expertise, kindness, and support. Although we are sad to see her go, we can’t help but be excited about her next move as Development and Outreach Manager at Contra Costa Interfaith Housing. ACDN empowers nonprofit professionals and workers. We encourage Carrie's career growth and success.
Please see Carrie’s note to all of us below. You can also learn more about the role by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.
Carrie Hanson Veurink
Dear ACDN Colleagues,
My resignation from the Alliance of Career Development Nonprofits (ACDN) will be effective Friday, January 18, 2019.
This was not an easy decision to make because the last six years have been very rewarding. Thank you for the opportunities you and the ACDN Board of Directors provided me as Managing Partner. I've enjoyed working with the ACDN Board of Directors, supporting the ACDN members with tools and resources for growth, collaborating with all the committees, building a new website, developing the National Smart & Sexy Day event, managing the annual National Conference, and working to build membership, and engage members in ACDN goings-on.
It has been an absolute honor to work on behalf of ACDN in support of its nonprofit members across the nation. While it is difficult to fully express my sincere gratitude, I hope you understand how I appreciate the time we have spent together working to improve and expand the organization's impact and reach. Cumulatively, I have been affiliated with the Alliance for over 12 years - four years as an employee of Career Wardrobe; two years as an ACDN Board member, and over six years as Managing Partner. The mission of ACDN is critical and close to my heart and I will miss you all.
I have accepted a position of Development and Outreach Manager at Contra Costa Interfaith Housing (CCIH) in Pleasant Hill, CA. This opportunity will give me a chance to grow professionally and work within and for my local community. I wish you, the Board, and ACDN all the best.
I will be available until 1/18 in my role as Managing Partner and look forward to connecting with you before my departure.