Tim Luipersbeck Fills Role Of Director of Marketing and Communications
The Community Foundation of Washington County, Inc. and the Washington County Chamber of Commerce announce today, June 8, 2020, that Tim Luipersbeck will be leaving his role as Director of Member Services and Marketing with the Chamber after accepting a new role as Director of Marketing and Communications with the Community Foundation.
Tim begins his new role Monday, June 29th, bringing with him over 5 years of experience working with Chamber members and community stakeholders alike.
Throughout his time with the Chamber, he’s been responsible for ensuring a rewarding experience for members, managing all Chamber marketing collateral, and has been recognized as a pivotal team player.
Chamber President and CEO Paul Frey states, “while we are sad to be losing Tim and his many talents, we are happy for him and his new endeavor with our friends at The Community Foundation of Washington County.”
In such a crucial time for businesses and nonprofits, Tim takes this new position as Director of Marketing and Communications to help further the Community Foundation’s role in the community in order to achieve more growth than ever before.
“We look forward to having Tim join the Community Foundation team in this very important role. His experience with various marketing strategies and deep knowledge of the community were a perfect fit for this new full time position created by the Community Foundation Board of Trustees. We are excited for Tim’s leadership in developing and executing the marketing and communications strategy for CFWC,” states Community Foundation of Washington County, MD President & CEO Stacey Crawford, expressing confidence that this new addition will further their vision to create a healthy and vibrant community through engaged philanthropy, community knowledge and leadership.
Among many other responsibilities, Tim will manage and direct all aspects of the marketing and communications process including publications, social media, and web. Key events like the upcoming Washington County Gives Day of Giving on September 22nd will also be managed by him. You can expect him to remain an active member of the community as he adjusts to becoming yet another great brand ambassador for the Community Foundation.
“With the help of Spherion Professional Services, the Board of Trustees at the Community Foundation received numerous well qualified candidates for this position and after reviewing the candidates, we are excited to welcome Tim to the CFWC staff. We look forward to the skill set, network, leadership and energy that Tim brings to the position as we grow the organization for years to come,” says Community Foundation Board of Trustees Chairman Robert Ernst II.