PARKERSBURG — The Sisters Health Foundation has announced several staffing changes.
Effective Jan. 1, 2023, Marian Clowes will join the staff in the newly created position of associate director. Clowes has 25 years of experience and is the associate director for community leadership at the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation.
“Her collaborative spirit and extensive knowledge of the region’s nonprofit sector make her a great fit for our team,” Renee Steffen, executive director of the foundation, said.
Shei Sanchez effective July 1 will be promoted to program officer. During her years as grants and communications manager, “Shei has exhibited quality leadership in grant related technical assistance, communications, and engaging with our nonprofit partners,” Steffen said.
Sr. Molly Bauer, CSJ, will continue as senior program manager, Steffen said.
“Sr. Molly’s longstanding commitment and institutional knowledge continue to strengthen our foundation and I’m excited to have her continue in the critical lead role of senior program officer,” Steffen said. “Her critical thinking skills and positive community relationships continue to be assets to our foundation.”
The Sisters Health Foundation supports programs promoting healthy eating, active living, thriving neighborhoods and mental health and addiction in the Mid-Ohio Valley. The foundation was established in 1996.