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Council for Children’s Rights (CFCR), a Charlotte non-profit providing advocacy and legal representation programs for children, has named Amy Tribble as its next director of development.

TribbleTribble, a fundraiser and administrator with nearly 20 years’ experience in non-profit arts, health and human service sectors, will lead the Council’s efforts to raise funds in support of its $2.4 million-dollar annual budget.   She will begin her duties at the Council on July 6.

This move marks a return to the child advocacy agency for Tribble, who had previously led the Council’s development program from 2002-2011. “I am incredibly honored and thrilled to be returning to the Council for Children’s Rights,” she stated. “ I welcome the opportunity to work side by side with our talented board and staff, generous donors, volunteers, friends, and indispensable public and private partners to assure the health and success of our entire community – the kind of health and success made possible only when all children grow up safe, healthy, and educated. “

As director, Tribble will have responsibility for generating support for the organization from individuals, corporations, government and institutional funders.  Tribble is a Certified Fund-Raising Executive (CFRE) whose previous fundraising experience includes positions with Arts & Science Council, Hospice at Charlotte, and most recently as director of development for the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte.

“We are very lucky to bring Amy back on staff,” stated Bob Simmons, the Council’s executive director. “In addition to Amy’s long-standing commitment to the Council’s mission and her unique level of experience with our work for children, Amy’s reputation as a fine person and as a successful non-profit development officer make her the perfect person to lead the expansion of support for the Council‘s vision of improving the lives of all children in our community. ”

Ms. Tribble holds an MA in Art History from Washington University, and a BA in American Studies and Art History from Salem College.

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