Annie Krug Joins TCH as Executive Director
Warm welcome to Annie Krug, newly appointed Executive Director at The Community House.
Braden Waverley, Chair of the Board of Trustees stated, “Annie brings to The Community House over twenty years of non-profit executive experience, with proven expertise in development, community engagement and strategic leadership. She has the breadth of experiences that are uniquely suited to the needs of the Community House as we embark on our next seventy-five years.”
The Search Committee conducted a comprehensive recruiting process and included current board of trustee members, life trustees and leadership from other nonprofits in DuPage County. The Committee had the benefit of meeting many exceptionally qualified candidates over a six-month period and ultimately made the unanimous recommendation to hire Ms. Krug.
Upon her appointment to Executive Director, Ms. Krug stated, “My thanks to the Search Committee and board of trustees. This is a tremendous opportunity. With an impressive history and great plans for the future, the impact of The Community House throughout our service area is extraordinary. Everyone comes through our doors! It’s both a privilege and a pleasure to be a part of this amazing team of talented professionals.”
Prior to joining The Community House, Annie was the Executive Director of Institutional Affairs at the John Marshall Law School, where she held that position for the last six years. Primarily in higher education, her previous roles have included Vice President for Advancement, Director of Planned Giving & Major Gifts and Director of Special Events. Annie holds a Master of Arts from Rockford College and a Bachelor of Arts from St. Mary of the Woods College. She has also been an Executive Board Member of America’s Urban Campus for the last five years. A longtime resident of Clarendon Hills, Annie brings familiarity and knowledge of the community, service areas and programming at The Community House.
Stop by and welcome Annie to TCH!
To learn more about The Community House, please call 630-323-7500 or visit www.thecommunityhouse.org.