Rasheda Cromwell Joins Greater Cincinnati Foundation as Senior Director, Community Strategies
CINCINNATI (June 7, 2021) — Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is strategically growing its Leadership Team to help drive the organization’s philanthropic initiatives and transformative impact across the Greater Cincinnati region.
Rasheda Cromwell is joining GCF as the new Senior Director, Community Strategies and will be a driving force to achieving this important community mission.
As the leader of the Community Strategies team, Cromwell will be responsible for setting the strategic vision for the GCF’s comprehensive array of grantmaking programs. She will be developing and implementing strategies for inclusive community engagement and advancing the organization’s commitment to address equity issues.
“Rasheda’s leadership experience and community knowledge is a huge asset as GCF continues its commitment to address equity issues affecting our region,” said Dora Anim, GCF Chief Operating Officer. “Her innovative strategies will be monumental for nonprofits and organizations working to ensure a stronger, more vibrant region for all.”
Cromwell brings more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit management, fundraising and community advocacy to her new role. Prior to joining GCF, she served as the Program Director at KnowledgeWorks and as the Vice President of Development at The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati.
“I look forward to joining GCF. I am truly excited about the opportunity to serve my local community and advance strategies that promote justice, equity, dignity and opportunity,” Cromwell said.
About Greater Cincinnati Foundation
As the region’s leading community foundation, Greater Cincinnati Foundation connects people with purpose in an eight-county region in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. GCF is leading the charge toward a more vibrant Greater Cincinnati for everyone – now, and for generations to come.