SRU Good News for Feb. 20, 2009
SRU graduate takes Capitol Theatre Center Foundation post
Cheryl Brown, a 1984 Slippery Rock University graduate, has been named to the Capitol Theatre Center Foundation's board of trustees. The foundation is based in Chambersburg.
Brown received her degree in special education.
Brown is director of community relations and development for Fulton County Medical Center in McConnellsburg, and the Fulton County Medical Center Foundation. She has also served as vice president for college advancement at Wilson College and as executive director of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Western and Central Massachusetts.
She is working to secure her certified fundraising executive certificate.
In addition to serving on the foundation board, Brown was active on the Capitol Theatre events committee.
The foundation is the primary fundraising arm for the cultural arts center.
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