On Thursday, January 31, Community First Foundation announced it will appoint Kelly S. Dunkin as its new president and chief executive officer. CFF is dedicated to serving as a connector, partner, and collaborator to fuel the power of community and giving across the state.
Dunkin replaces Marla J. Williams, who is retiring in February 2019 after an eight-year career at the Foundation. Building on Williams’ strong leadership, Dunkin brings a unique blend of nonprofit, business and social impact expertise that will move the Foundation forward.
Most recently, Dunkin has served as national director of 10.10.10, a project of Colorado Nonprofit Development Center that inspires entrepreneurs to solve 10 “wicked problems.” Previously, Dunkin served for 11 years at The Colorado Health Foundation in Denver, culminating in the role of vice president of philanthropy.
She has served on numerous boards, including the Downtown Denver Partnership Denver Civic Ventures, Colorado Association of Funders and Girls on the Run.
Colorado Association of Funders welcomes Dunkin and is excited to learn about her unique ideas on how turn the tide of some of our community’s most pressing issues. Read Community First Foundation’s announcement here.