Why I chose to lead CVA
Updated: Mar 1
In this post, Executive Director, Rachel Covington tells why she took this role and her vision for the organization.
When Jim Canada first approached me, we instantly had a synergy around our goals and ambitions for non-profit organizations. Jim owns Alliance Technologies, a for-profit IT company and over the years, has provided services to non-profits. He and his other colleagues realized they had similar experiences in this industry and thought to find a way that they could assist non-profits in being more efficient and have more time to devote to what they do best, service the needs of others in our community.
I have been leading non-profits for many years and I am now looking forward to sharing my expertise with others in an effort to forward the causes that matter most, servicing the needs of our community.
The CVA Board of Directors have asked me to do just that, be an integral part of making CVA a one-stop shop for non-profits to go to for all of there operational needs. I use an entrepreneurial approach to my work and have found that creativity along with qualified services will yield benefits for many years to come and I am delighted to be a part of this new endeavor.