/PR NEWSWIRE/ Chicago— Credico’s chief client services officer has joined forces with Illinois’ leading child and family service agency to help more than 40,000 underprivileged children and families across 60 countries. Jean Broaddus will serve on the Children’s Home + Aid Board beginning this spring and dedicate her efforts to fulfilling the organization’s mission and vision for its Illinois chapter.
Founded in 1883 by Reverend Martin Van Buren Van Arsdale, Children’s Home + Aid’s mission is to partner with children, youth and families whose potential is at risk and create hope, opportunity and bright futures.
“I am honored to join the Children’s Home + Aid Board and fulfill the essential duties as a trustee to support a cause I am so passionate about,” said Jean Broaddus, chief client services officers for Credico North America.
Since Credico North America’s inception, Broaddus has been influential in the advancement and growth of client campaigns nationwide. She has grown Credico’s internal staff from a handful of people to over 40 full-time employees in six short years. Broaddus is a dedicated leader in her field and embodies the spirit of community by bringing her talents and energy to the Children’s Home + Aid Board.
“We are so pleased to have Ms. Broaddus join our Board of Trustees,” said Nancy Ronquillo, president and CEO of Children’s Home + Aid. “Her dedication to our mission and drive to make a lasting difference in the lives of children and families we serve will be a great asset to this agency and the work we do every day.”
Credico continues to partner with Children’s Home + Aid for its charitable events throughout the year including this spring’s upcoming Champions for Children Luncheon at the Hilton Chicago on Tuesday, April 25.
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