Sarah Williams, CNP
Sarah is a Wright State University graduate (’04) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Affairs and a certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management through the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance. While attending school full time, she also worked full time in the nonprofit sector for a variety of nonprofit organizations from small to large.
Sarah joined Hannah’s Treasure Chest in 2011 as the Community Relations Director, bringing with her skills and training related to fundraising, donor development and nonprofit management. In January 2012, she transitioned to a Co-Executive Director position and was promoted in June 2012 to Executive Director following the retirement of founder Angela Addington.
Sarah has been a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) since 2007, first with the Cincinnati Chapter and now the Dayton Chapter. She is a committee member of Venture Crew 100 in the Heart of Ohio Council, Boy Scouts of America. Sarah also serves as President of the Wright State University Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Alumni Society and a Board Member of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Community Council. In addition, Sarah is active within the Wright State Alumni Association, serving on the Board and the Alumni Association President’s Council. She has also presented various workshops on nonprofit leadership and management for AmeriCorps programs and at the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Management Institute.
Sarah and her husband, Daniel, reside in Centerville, Ohio with their three children, Alexander, Mackenzie and Isabelle. In her free time, Sarah enjoys discovering new playgrounds and parks with her family.
Cheryll A. Bennett has been an Assistant Federal Public Defender in Dayton, Ohio for approximately ten years. She received a B.A. degree in Spanish from the University of Rochester and her J.D. from the University of Dayton. Between 1994 and 1997, Cheryll was employed as an Assistant Public Defender with the Montgomery County Public Defender’s office and spent two years subsequent thereto in private practice where she concentrated on civil litigation and State and Federal criminal law.
Cheryll has been active in professional and community service organizations and is excited to be a part of Hannah’s Treasure Chest. Cheryll currently co-chairs the Employment Work Group for the Montgomery County Community-Wide Ex-Offender Reentry Task Force, and she has served as President of the Summit Pointe Homeowners Association. Cheryll is also a member of the Dayton Bar Association’s Criminal Law, Ethics & Grievance, Bar Exam & Qualifications, Environmental & Congeniality committees, and previously served on the Association’s Board of Trustees.
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