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Rutland United Way welcomes Caprice Hover as executive director

The United Way of Rutland County is pleased to announce that Caprice Hover is becoming its executive director. Most recently, Caprice has been the executive director of the Rutland County Parent Child Center. Hover replaces Jim Kahle who has been acting as interim executive director. Mr. Kahle is assuming the position of board chair.

“I am so excited to be joining the team at the United Way of Rutland County,” said Hover. “I have spent 30 years advocating, fundraising, developing programs and mentoring families and agencies in our community. I am thrilled to take the experiences and knowledge I have gained to work with businesses and non-profits in a new way. I am passionate about the ability to be creative and thinking big when it comes to addressing the health, safety, and wellbeing of our community. The United Way of Rutland County offers this ability through their community impact model allowing for flexibility and out of the box thinking. I look forward to serving the community in this new endeavor.”

“The board of directors of the United Way is excited to have Caprice joining our organization,” said Kahle. “Caprice brings a combination of experience, passion, knowledge, and energy to the United Way. Her genuine concern for the people of the region, and her abilities to implement positive change are well known. We feel lucky to have her coming on board.”

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