Central Indiana Community Foundation has named Sarah Weaver senior gift planning advisor. She previously worked for Ice Miller LLP, where she had worked as an attorney specializing in real estate and environmental law since 2011. Weaver received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from IU and graduated from law school at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. She currently serves as the board chair of Brooke’s Place for Grieving Young People. Pamela Ross (pictured) has been appointed community investment officer. She will serve as a liaison and advisor for not-for-profit organizations, the community and the Foundation’s boards of directors. Ross recently relocated back to Indianapolis from Phoenix, where she was responsible for the oversight and success of programs serving thousands of foster children. She also provides guidance and technical assistance to organizations applying for grants and individuals conducting grant-making. Women’s Fund of Central Indiana, a fund of CICF, promoted Deanna Gonzales (pictured) to development and marketing officer. Previous to her new role, she spent nearly 11 years in her role as coordinator and executive assistant of Women’s Fund. Gonzales has also served as development assistant for San Diego State University Athletics and planned giving associate for Fresno State University. Gerri Pagach will fulfill Gonzales’ previous position as executive assistant for Women’s Fund. She spent six years at Little Red Door Cancer Agency, where she also volunteers. Pagach is also a founding board member of Tanya Isaac Foundation.

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