Mountain Bizworks staffing changes

From a press release:

Staff Changes at Bizworks

At Mountain Bizworks, we are building a new team to lead our organization that will create a new dynamic to propel us into the future. Please join us in welcoming new team members, honoring those who are moving on, and applauding those whose duties are shifting and growing.

Patrick Doran will be our new Portfolio Manager. Patrick has been our Small Business Lender for four years.

Ingrid Sander assumes greater responsibilities as our Finance Coordinator. Ingrid has been with us for 2 years and is expanding her role in this enhanced position.

Ward McAllister joins us as our new Accountant this week. Ward comes to us with a wealth of experience in accounting and working with non-profits.

Matt Raker will join us in July as our new Director of Community Investments. Matt will manage program delivery as well as fundraising tasks, and comes to us after five years as Director of Entrepreneurship at Advantage West.

We have two great interns from UNC-Chapel Hill working with us this summer. Abel Lomeli is working on Latino outreach activities and Peyton Oldenburg is working on impact data gathering and loan monitoring.

Finally, we say goodbye to Brian Griffin and Candy Williams, two long-term staffers who have dedicated so much talent, brainpower, and love to Mountain Bizworks over many years. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors and we are so grateful for your work in shaping a bright future for Mountain Bizworks.

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