May 3, 2012

Providence Hospitals Development Foundation Announces New President

Libby Anne Inabinet has joined Providence Hospitals’ Development Foundation as its president.

Libby Anne comes to Providence Hospitals from the American Red Cross where she served as the regional chief development officer for the Columbia, SC region and led a team that was recognized as the “Best Overall Fund Raising Chapter.” She also has experience as the South Carolina State Director for Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic. In addition, she is a Liberty Fellow, founding board member of Good Shepherd Day School, past board member of Palmetto Health Foundation Board of Directors and immediate past chair of the Converse College Board of Visitors.

“The energy that Libby Ann brings to our very young foundation will be invaluable to the Providence Hospitals team,” said Tommy Suggs, Chairman, Providence Hospitals Development Foundation Board of Trustees. “The current foundation was established less than two years ago and Libby Ann is the first President of the foundation hired by to the board of directors. We look forward to expanding the reach of the organization to allow us to better serve our patients and our community.”

The Providence Hospitals Development Foundation works to further the mission, ministry and purpose of Providence Hospitals primarily through raising funds that support the capital needs of the hospitals.

“Since this hospital began in 1938, the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine have had an unwavering commitment to providing the resources necessary to support this community,” Inabinet said. “I am honored to serve in a leadership role for the hospital and excited about plans we have to generate support that will honor the sisters’ legacy.”

Libby Anne and her husband, Jeff, have two sons who attend the University of South Carolina.

 

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