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Converse County Hospital Foundation and Memorial Hospital of Converse County Announce New Executive Director for Foundation

Hospital news | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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Contact: Karl Hertz

Douglas, WY - The Converse County Hospital Foundation is pleased to announce it has hired a new Executive Director. Jennifer Rinn, a native of Douglas, Wyoming accepted the position and will begin on April 3rd fulfilling her role as the administrative head of the foundation. Jennifer is known throughout the community, and will provide a substantiative leadership role for the foundation in the community.

"I am very excited to take on the challenging role of Converse County Hospital Foundation Director. I am looking forward to working with the Converse County Hospital Foundation Board and the Memorial Hospital of Converse County leadership to raise funds and awareness for furthering the availability and accessibility of quality healthcare in Converse County," said Rinn when asked about her thoughts on taking on this new role.

Jennifer is a graduate of the University of Wyoming, receiving a Bachelors in Science in Communication in the Fall of 1999. She has worked in administrative, bookkeeping and marketing roles throughout her career both in Converse County and Denver, Colorado. Jennifer is no stranger to taking an initiative in the community and has worked on behalf of youth in her place on the Converse County School District #1 Board and volunteering with local youth sports teams.

Converse County Hospital Foundation (CCHF) is a not-for-profit corporation whose goal is to enhance the services, programs and patient care provided to the community by Converse County hospitals and healthcare systems through increased philanthropic support. Through fundraising, investing and effective management, the Foundation raises important funds for programs, services and equipment not fully funded by healthcare dollars. The Foundation is overseen by a volunteer board of leading citizens and managed by professionals who are knowledgeable about the healthcare needs in Converse County.

Please join our entire organization and the board of CCHF in welcoming Jennifer to this role and wishing her all the best.

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