Carrie Burns named development director at Nazareth Home

Carrie Burns named development director at Nazareth Home

Source: McKnight’s 
By: Kimberly Marselas

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Kentucky’s Nazareth Home announced in mid-September that Carrie Burns has been hired as its new director of development. Burns will lead the organization as it further develops the Nazareth Homes Foundation. 

Burns has more than 20 years of nonprofit experience, having held leadership roles with nonprofits Wesley Manor Retirement Community, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Kentucky chapter, the Kentucky Humane Society and St. Paul United Methodist Church.

Most recently, she served as vice president of development for Wesley Manor. Burns holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Hanover College.

Mary Haynes, president and CEO of Nazareth Home, said Burns adds great leadership to the team, bringing decades of experience and a passion for elder care to the role.

“Carrie comes to this role with a commitment to serve and a gift of cultivating donor relationships,” Haynes said. “We’re very excited to have Carrie on our team. Our board and leadership are excited to have her join Nazareth Home and know that her longstanding passion for working in the nonprofit sphere and her devotion to elder care will add great depth to our mission and ministry.”

Nazareth Home was established in 1976 as a healthcare ministry sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. It is a 5-Star rated long-term care and rehabilitation organization with two campuses in Louisville.

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Nazareth Home names new director of development

Nazareth Home names new director of development

Source: Louisville Business First
By: Haley Cawthon

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Nazareth Home announced Wednesday that Carrie Burns has been hired as its new director of development.

In the role, Burns will lead the organization as it further develops the Nazareth Homes Foundation, according to a news release.

Mary Haynes, president and CEO of Nazareth Home, said Burns adds great leadership to the team, bringing decades of experience and a passion for elder care to the role.

“Carrie comes to this role with a commitment to serve and a gift of cultivating donor relationships,” Haynes said in the release. “We’re very excited to have Carrie on our team. Our board and leadership are excited to have her join Nazareth Home and know that her longstanding passion for working in the nonprofit sphere and her devotion to elder care will add great depth to our mission and ministry.”

Burns brings more than 20 years of nonprofit experience to the position, working in leadership roles with nonprofits including the Kentucky Humane Society, St. Paul United Methodist Church, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (Kentucky Chapter) and more. She most recently served as vice president of development for Wesley Manor Retirement Community.

“It’s an honor to be part of the Nazareth Home team, fulfilling the call to be a mission-driven leader in senior care for our community,” Burns said. “The person-centered care philosophy, innovative technologies, and dedication to quality care make Nazareth Home a truly unique and special place.”

Nazareth Home is one of the area’s largest aging care employers, ranking No. 8 in Louisville Business First’s latest research with nearly 370 local employees in 2022, and operates two of the largest long-term care facilities in the area.

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Nazareth Home names Carrie Burns as new Director of Development

Nazareth Home names Carrie Burns as new Director of Development

Burns brings two decades of nonprofit experience to leadership role

Nazareth Home is excited to announce that Carrie Burns has been hired as its new director of development. Burns will lead the organization as it further develops the Nazareth Homes Foundation. 

Mary Haynes, president/CEO of Nazareth Home, said Burns adds great leadership to the team, bringing decades of experience and a passion for elder care to the role.

“Carrie comes to this role with a commitment to serve and a gift of cultivating donor relationships,” said Haynes. “We’re very excited to have Carrie on our team. Our board and leadership are excited to have her join Nazareth Home and know that her longstanding passion for working in the nonprofit sphere and her devotion to elder care will add great depth to our mission and ministry.”

Burns brings more than 20 years of nonprofit experience to the position, working in leadership roles with nonprofits including the Kentucky Humane Society, St. Paul United Methodist Church, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (Ky Chapter), and more. She most recently served as vice president of development for Wesley Manor Retirement Community. 

“It’s an honor to be part of the Nazareth Home team, fulfilling the call to be a mission-driven leader in

senior care for our community,” Burns said. “The person-centered care philosophy, innovative technologies, and dedication to quality care make Nazareth Home a truly unique and special place.”

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Nazareth Home names Craig Jennings Chief Operating Officer

Nazareth Home names Craig Jennings Chief Operating Officer

Jennings’ long-time healthcare experience supports operations and future growth opportunities

Nazareth Home officials recently announced the appointment of Louisville native Craig Jennings as chief operating officer. Jennings will be responsible for ensuring operational excellence across both Nazareth Home campuses.

Nazareth Home President and CEO Mary Haynes said Jennings is well-positioned to help lead the Nazareth team to success.  

“Craig’s experience and mission-focused approach will help us evaluate and assess current needs at both campuses, while planning for the future of Nazareth Home,” said Haynes. “His institutional knowledge will be vital for our continued growth and the local community’s evolving healthcare needs.”

Jennings comes to Nazareth Home with 26 years of executive experience in the healthcare industry. He has served in several executive-level roles in the post-acute, geriatric and rehabilitation segment. Jennings has established some of the most respected senior care communities in Louisville, and led the management of home care services across Kentucky.  

“I’m honored to take this position with an organization I highly respect and am thrilled to work alongside our CEO to ensure we continue to deliver on our mission of providing a healing ministry,” said Jennings. “My passion is to serve others by building relationships as a trusted leader.”

Jennings is a graduate of McKendree University with a B.A. in Business Administration. In 2013, Jennings was named one of 24 Outstanding McKendree Alumni of the past 40 years. He is active in the Louisville community, serving on several civic boards and volunteer organizations.

Nazareth Home is a long-term care and rehab center with specialty programs for short-term, inpatient and outpatient rehab, memory care and skilled care.

 

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Nazareth Home names Roberta Steutermann Director of Development

Nazareth Home names Roberta Steutermann Director of Development

Steutermann brings experience and leadership to philanthropic role

Nazareth Home officials recently announced the appointment of Crestwood resident Roberta Steutermann as director of development. Steutermann will play an integral role in advancing the mission of Nazareth Home by developing donor strategies, enhancing donor relations and increasing philanthropic support.

Mary Haynes said Steutermann is a great addition to the team, bringing vision and project leadership to the position.

“We are delighted to have Roberta on board,” said Haynes. “She has a passion for elders and a strong skill set to work with the community and corporate leaders to advance our mission through developing partnerships.  We have a committed board who are excited with Roberta’s leadership as we approach a stage of growth, all aimed at empowering those we serve.”

Stuetermann comes to Nazareth Home with 13 years of professional fundraising experience. Before joining Nazareth Home, she spent 11 years at Metro United Way as the regional development director for Shelby, Oldham and Bullitt counties. She is credited with growing the annual campaign 42 percent within these markets and creating innovative fundraising programs including, Farmers Feeding Families and Pearls for a Purpose. Her most recent position was director of development at The Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana, where she was responsible for driving growth by organizing 12 chapter-wide Walk to End Alzheimer’s programs and The Longest Day campaign.  

“I have a passion for finding innovative ways to drive revenue,” said Stuetermann. “I am thrilled to be joining Nazareth Home and looking forward to building a program that will ensure the mission of Nazareth Home will be sustained for generations to come.”

Nazareth Home is a long-term care and rehab center with specialty programs for short-term, inpatient and outpatient rehab, memory care and skilled care.

Stuetermann can be reached at rsteutermann@nazhome.org or 502-473-2375

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