Omaha Community Foundation Recognizes 13 for Completing CAP® Program
The Omaha Community Foundation (OCF) (omahafoundation.org) recently recognized 13 local advisors for earning the professional Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP®) designation. The graduate program is organized by and led by OCF board member Mark Weber, a principal of SilverStone Group, Inc. Through a year-long curriculum, the CAP® program provides professionals the knowledge, resources, and tools necessary to help clients reach their charitable giving objectives, while also covering estate planning and wealth management.
Those completing this year’s program are: (pictured, front row L-R) Thomas Sudyka, Lawson Kroeker Investment Management; Kelli Watson, Fitzgerald, Schorr, Barmettler & Brennan, P.C., LLO; James Tews, Koley Jessen, P.C., LLO; Renee Coughlin, MOSAIC; Tom Kerfoot, Children’s Hospital & Medical Center Foundation; Amanda Forker, Pansing, Hogan, Ernst, and Bachman LLP; Shannon Sands, Omaha Community Foundation; (back row L-R) Megan McMurry, Bridges Trust; Mike McDevitt,BKD, LLP; Andrew Worthington, Frankel Zacharia, LLC; Ralph Dovali, Hancock & Dana, P.C.; Karen Hotz, Marian High School; Dan Kline, First National Bank Wealth Management.
The Omaha Community Foundation lets good grow in Omaha by helping more than 1,500 donors facilitate their charitable giving. Learn more about OCF online at omahafoundation.org or call (402) 342-3458.