March 26: Congratulate our New CEO on His Birthday!

13 March 2015 Published in Events

Lincoln Nehring is our new CEO!

Voices for Utah Children has named Lincoln Nehring as its new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Nehring, the advocacy and research group’s senior health policy analyst since 2010, replaces Karen Crompton, who led Voices for 13 years and left to become Salt Lake County’s Associate Director of Human Services in December.
 
“Voices for Utah Children is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary this year,” said Nehring. “In 1985, advocating for children and families was the most important work we could do. It remains so today. I am honored to be able to lead the Voices for Utah Children team as we continue to advocate for public policy that improves the lives of children and families.”

Celebrate with us!

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A Love Utah Give Utah donation sure would make a great birthday gift...

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Donating to Voices for Utah Children will help us advocate for policies that enable all Utah children to reach their full potential in life and contribute to Utah’s future prosperity. 

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March 26 is Love Utah Give Utah, an annual day for Utahns to give to the nonprofits that make Utah special. Every donation made to Voices for Utah Children through Love Utah Give Utah gives Voices a chance to win matching grants and prizes.

But you don't have to wait until the 26th to donate! Get it done early! bit.ly/loveUTchildren

Donate now and the Voices for Utah Children Board of Trustees will match your gift!


 Voices for Utah Children works to make Utah a place where all children thrive. We start with one basic question: "Is it good for kids?"

lugu-isolatedPolicies affect children—but children don’t vote. At Voices for Utah Children, we raise our voices on behalf of children, informing policymakers that government can and should act to keep kids safe and help them succeed. A Love Utah Give Utah gift to Voices for Utah Children will help us ensure that all Utah children are able to reach their full potential in life and contribute to Utah’s future prosperity. Learn more: bit.ly/loveUTchildren