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Library Names New Development Director

March 20, 2017 (Canton, Ohio) – Stark County District Library is pleased to announce that Robyn Steinmetz has been named the new Development Director. In this role, Steinmetz will be responsible for developing and implementing development strategies for identifying and cultivating funding support from individuals, corporations and foundations.

Steinmetz joins the Library from Goodwill Industries of Greater Cleveland & East Central Ohio, Inc. where she held many roles including Marketing and Communications Project Coordinator, Marketing Manager, Director of Marketing and most recently Vice President of Marketing and Fund Development. During her time at Goodwill, she supported and eventually became responsible for identifying and cultivating funding support from individuals, corporations and foundations.

Steinmetz holds a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing, with a minor in Communications from Walsh University. In 2011, she was selected to enroll in Goodwill’s Emerging Leader Program and in 2012 was a member of the 26th class of Leadership Stark County’s Signature Program. Steinmetz is active in the community by volunteering in various capacities through her church and other local organizations including Women’s Impact, Leadership Stark County and ystark! She resides in Canton Township, where she spends most of her free time with her husband and two young children.

 

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