Yesterday we shared with you some of the outstanding individuals who have recently joined the Murdock Trust staff. Today, we are excited to share some additional updates, including news roles and responsibilities for several of our current team members.
Jordan Skornik, Executive Director at Borland Free Clinic
After nearly three years with the Murdock Trust as our Research Fellow where he played an integral role in several critical projects such as the Jack Murdock Documentary, we are beyond proud to share that he has assumed the role of Executive Director at the Borland Free Clinic (a Murdock Trust grantee)!
Camille Cotton, Grants Manager
After serving both our grants and communications teams as our Grants and Communications Associate, Camille has been promoted to Grants Manager. In this new position, Camille will have more direct leadership and oversight of our grantmaking process.
Conner Peckham, Business Systems Analyst
A valued member of the Trust for more than a decade, Conner has demonstrated a passion for serving our organization and the nonprofits we support in a variety of ways. We are proud to see him promoted from Communications and Technology Program Assistant to Business Systems Analyst where he will help manage the technology needs of the Trust.
Francesca Cruz, Grants Manager Assistant
We have been fortunate to have Francesca’s warm energy and welcoming spirit greet our guests as our Receptionist and Administrative Assistant. Her passion to grow in the ways she supports our grantees has presented an opportunity for her to join our grants management team full time as our new Grants Manager Assistant.
Jason Lee, Grantee Relations Associate
Having built a wealth of knowledge and valuable relationships with a number of our partners through his work with our front desk team, Jason will now focus more directly on serving our grantees as he is promoted from Grantee Relations Support and Front Office Coordinator to Grant Relations Associate.
Marybeth Stewart Goon, Senior Grants Manager
Serving the Trust for more than 30 years, Marybeth’s knowledge and expertise are vital to the success of our organization and to our grantees. Through her promotion from Senior Program Assistant to Senior Grants Manager, Marybeth will bring valuable leadership to our growing and increasingly complex grantmaking efforts.
This season of change has been exciting for the entire Trust team and we are excited to see what 2022 brings. Please join us in extending a hearty congratulations to all of our team members on these well-earned updates!