There's a change in leadership at the Connecticut Institute For Communities. Katherine McKeon Curran has been appointed as the incoming President and CEO, effective August 1st. She is current COO and General Counsel.
The organization says Curran helped employees as they worked through bad weather and dangers all front-line workers faced to deliver over 23,000 COVID-19 tests and over 12,000 vaccines to the communities. She coordinated vaccine delivery, managed logistics with police, and partnered with the state Department of Agriculture and the Salvation Army for food assistance for those suffering food scarcity while quarantining and awaiting COVID test results.
Curran joined CIFC in the fall of 2011. She was certified in Health Care Compliance by the Health Care Compliance Association, and this past year completed the Harvard Kennedy School’s Executive Education Program for Non-Profit Financial Stewardship.
CIFC’s Founder and longtime President & CEO, James Maloney is transitioning into a part-time consulting role for CIFC.