Brenna Wilhm Named Senior Development Associate for Community Day School

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Hershorin Schiff Community Day School, a Jewish day school serving children of all faiths in preschool through eighth grade, has hired Brenna Wilhm to serve as its new senior development associate. In this role, she will be responsible for overseeing Community Day School’s fundraising efforts, including major gifts, annual fund, planned giving, special events, and its ongoing capital campaign. She will also oversee grant seeking for the school. The addition of Wilhm comes at an ideal time for the school, as Community Day School continues to raise money for its new campus, with construction beginning in the 2020-2021 school year. Wilhm has two decades of senior management experience in both the nonprofit and corporate sectors, including spending the past 12 years in Sarasota specializing in sales and marketing with a private family foundation and serving as the director of operations for Sarasota nonprofit organization Embracing Our Differences. Having studied violin performance at Oberlin College and holding a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Wilhm recognizes the importance of providing a strong educational foundation for every child.

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