The 712 Initiative, a local people improvement nonprofit, introduced the departure of two employees members. The group is now hiring to fill these positions.
Jeff Snow, director of programming and occasions, and Rachel Kent, director of selling and public relations, are leaving the group for brand new ventures with household out of state. Snow’s final day is Might 15 and Kent’s is July 14.
Snow was employed because the director of applications and occasions in April 2018. In his time on the nonprofit, he has expanded key occasions corresponding to Farmers Market Council Bluffs and the Shamrock Shuffle whereas additionally including new ones corresponding to BIKEtober within the Bluffs and 712 Day.
Kent began as a advertising and public relations coordinator in July 2018 and has since been promoted to the director of selling and public relations.
Since then, she has labored to extend the communication and storytelling of the group, serving to to achieve new donors and followers throughout all channels.
“Jeff and Rachel have each created an enduring impression on this neighborhood and fantastic basis for the group of their revered space,” stated 712 Initiative CEO Sheryl Garst. “We’re most saddened with their departures out of the 712 group and Council Bluffs however know the programs that they’ve helped create will launch our mission to additional success with the following group members.”