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AAFRC officers re-elected

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The American Association of Fundraising Council and the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy have re-elected officers.

John J. Glier, president and CEO of Grenzebach Glier & Associates Inc. in Chicago, was re-elected board chair for the council, a membership group for professional fundraisers.

Re-elected co-vice chairs were C. Ray Clements, CEO and managing member of The Clements Group in Salt Lake City, and Peter Woodburn, cofounder, senior partner and CEO of Woodburn, Kyle & Associates in Madison, Ind.

Michelle Cramer, president of Hodge, Cramer & Associates, Dublin, Ohio, was re-elected secretary, while Joseph L. Staley, president of Staley/Robeson Inc. in Stamford, Conn., was re-elected treasurer.

Re-elected board chair for the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, which publishes the Giving USA annual survey of U.S. charitable giving, was Leo P. Arnoult, president of Arnoult & Associates Inc. in Memphis, Tenn.

Also re-elected were Hank Goldstein, CEO of The Oram Group Inc. in New York, as vice chair; Del Martin, senior vice president of Alexander Haas Martin & Partners Inc. in Atlanta, as secretary; and Richard T. Jolly, vice president and treasurer of Marts & Lundy in Lyndhurst, N.J., as treasurer.

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