Michelle Lovely Joins The Dayton Foundation as Vice President of Development
The Dayton Foundation is pleased to announce Michelle L. Lovely as its new Vice President of Development. Lovely previously was employed by The Huntington National Bank as Vice President of Private Banking. She has 23 years of customer relationship management, business development and banking, and wealth advisory experience. Prior to joining The Huntington National Bank, Lovely was the Wealth Manager for JP Morgan Chase. Her starting date with the Foundation is August 1.
A lifelong Preble County resident, Lovely earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Miami University. She’s also a very active community volunteer and has served on numerous not-for-profit boards and committees, including The American Heart Association Board and Heart Walk Executive Committee, The Dayton Children’s Hospital Women’s Board and Corporate Giving Committee, Preble Shawnee School District School Bond Levy Committee, Preble County YMCA Board and Reid Hospital’s Audit-Compliance Committee, among others. She also has been a member of The Dayton Foundation’s Development Committee.
Lovely is part of The Dayton Foundation’s Development staff, which includes Joseph B. Baldasare, CFRE. Baldasare, who has served as the Foundation’s Vice President of Development since 2001, recently decided to step down from that position as a more guided path towards his future retirement. He now serves as the Foundation’s Chief Development Officer.
About The Dayton Foundation
The Dayton Foundation is the regional community foundation for Greater Dayton. Since 1921, the Foundation has helped people to help others, managing charitable funds that have provided over 300,000 grants totaling more than $812 million to nonprofits over its 95-year history.^ top of page
IN THEIR WORDS
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– John and Beth Ey, Dayton Foundation donors since 1999