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CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Brandi Ebner
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Brandi Ebner’s manager announces his departure; Council for the search for applicants for a vacancy

Crooke County Foundation needs a new director.

Brandi Ebner, who has held the position since May 2018, announced on New Year’s Eve that she was stepping down to take up a new job.

“It is with sadness that I need to inform you that I have resigned from my position at Crook County,” she wrote in an email. Sales, Marketing and Event Planning. I have enjoyed getting to know you all and working with you on the continued growth and expansion of our amazing community. I hope our paths cross again and feel free to contact me if I can be of any help in the future.”

The Crook County Foundation is a nonprofit organization that strives to build a positive future for local children, families, businesses, and civic groups by promoting investment in leadership, education, and the arts. It was established in 1998 by the City of Prineville, Croke County, Crook School District, Croke County Parks and Recreation District, and the Prineville–Croc County Chamber of Commerce.

Ebner said she plans to maintain her role with the foundation through the end of January, with the goal of ensuring that all accounts, communications, events, programs, committees and more are maintained. She added that she would help with the transition to the new CEO “to keep everything as smooth and problem-free as possible”Â

She said, “I have great confidence in the Board of Directors to find the right person who will be able to continue the great work we are all doing.” “Thank you for all you do for the community. I will miss working with you.”

The foundation’s chairman, Tom Jay, said work is underway to fill the vacant director position over the next month. The board met on Wednesday to determine the details of the applicant’s research and to post an application on the foundation’s website (crockcountyfoundation.org). The application deadline is January 31, and Jay said the hope is that a decision on a new appointment will be made by the February 16 board meeting.

Jay went on to say that he and the rest of the council reportedly saw Ebner leave.

“She’s been the driving force behind all of our diverse programs since she took office,” he said. “With her limitless energy, she has totally thrown herself into the business and done a great job for our community. She leaves the organization in a better place, as we have worked together to streamline our operations, making it even easier for the next person to step in without missing a thing. We thank Brandy for being such an integral We wish her well in her new dream job!”


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