Chantel Long is the latest appointee to the board of the Anythink Foundation, a nonprofit that supports creativity and learning opportunities by raising private funds for special programs and …
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Chantel Long is the latest appointee to the board of the Anythink Foundation, a nonprofit that supports creativity and learning opportunities by raising private funds for special programs and projects at Anythink.
Long comes to the foundation with a background in leadership and community relations. She is the regional marketing specialist for Pacific Dental Services, where she oversees the marketing strategies for 25 dental practices throughout northern Colorado.
In addition to digital marketing and content creation, she also leads partnerships between businesses and nonprofits, and continuously works to build trust within the neighborhoods her offices serve.
“We are thrilled to have Chantel join our Foundation Board because of her community connections, her passion for the Anythink mission, and her warm personality and energy,” Anythink Foundation Chair Brian Hall said in the release. “We all look forward to working with her.”
Long is passionate about giving back. She serves as a member of the Metro North Chamber of Commerce and the Superior Chamber of Commerce Ambassador team. Additionally, she is a Smile Generation Serve Ambassador. Long believes that giving one’s time and services is one of the most rewarding and grounding experiences.
“When I first stepped foot inside an Anythink Library branch in 2018, I was captivated and instantly knew that I wanted to help support and grow their footprint in the communities they serve,” Long said in a news release. “Anythink is the most innovative library I have ever come across, and I look forward to its continued development and success.”
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