Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Indiana (BBBSSCI), Monroe and Owen counties’ preeminent leader in one-to-one youth mentoring, today announced that Jennifer Quick-Cook has been named Chief Executive Officer. In this role, reporting to the board of directors, Ms. Quick-Cook will be responsible for all aspects of the organization including, but not limited to business execution, fund development, financial management, program impact, talent management, and strategic planning. Her first official day was March 21, 2022.
Ms. Quick-Cook joins BBBSSCI after spending the last five years with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana. She held various roles supporting and managing areas of increasing responsibility in fund development, continuous improvement and programming within the Kentuckiana service area of 10 counties. With nearly a decade of non-profit experience coupled with her background in legal services, Jennifer has successfully impacted the lives of hundreds of individuals, families, and children. Ms. Quick-Cook received her Bachelor’s degree in paralegal services from Sullivan University and her Master’s degree in social work from Spalding University.
“We are very excited to welcome Jennifer to the agency and our community,” said Kelly Abel, Board President, BBBSSCI. “Jennifer comes to us with in-depth knowledge of how the agency operates, but also brings a new set of skills to help us grow and change the lives of more children in our community."
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