Allentown, Pa., January 5, 2021—Carrie Krug Nedick was recently named Director of Donor Services at Lehigh Valley Community Foundation. She joined the Community Foundation in January of 2020 as Donor Services and Program Associate. In her new role she will work with board members, donors, prospects and other members of the Community Foundation family to develop the Foundation’s charitable fund pipeline. She will focus on providing personalized service to steward relationships and implement family philanthropy initiatives.
Prior to joining the foundation, Krug Nedick built a career in nonprofit administration and higher education fundraising, both on staff and as an independent consultant. She served in marketing, development, and outreach roles for the Allentown Symphony Association, and was a major gift officer for the College of Arts and Sciences at Lehigh University. Carrie most recently served the Lehigh Valley as an independent consultant.
Krug Nedick is a member of the Board of Managers of the Bach Choir of Bethlehem and an Officer of the Board of Parkland Community Library. She is also a Cub Scout den leader and sings with the Bach Choir of Bethlehem.
A Nazareth native, she graduated from Lebanon Valley College with a BA in Music Theory and Composition.
For more than five decades, the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation (LVCF) has helped donors with their charitable contributions with a simple, powerful, and highly personalized approach. LVCF is a philanthropic hub for the Lehigh Valley—who know and navigate the landscape of the Lehigh Valley’s community needs to connect people who care to causes that matter.