Aurora Health Care Foundation appoints new president
MILWAUKEE A former Time Warner Cable executive has been appointed as head of the philanthropic arm of Aurora Health Care.
Aurora announced Friday the appointment of Bev Greenberg as president of the Aurora Health Care Foundation, where she will lead philanthropy and social responsibility for the nonprofit healthcare system.
Greenberg has 30 years of experience in marketing, development, strategic planning and social responsibility, having most recently served as VP public affairs and regional local programming for Time Warner Cable for 19 years. She received an Emmy Award as executive producer of a youth drug abuse prevention program, the Hang Tough Video Contest.
“Bev brings demonstrated leadership in philanthropy and a unique community perspective based on many years of leading successful and significant fundraising and community awareness campaigns,” Aurora president and CEO Nick Turkal said in a statement. “I valued her vision and leadership when she served as our board chair. I look forward to her energizing and leading our philanthropic, community outreach and social responsibility efforts in her new position.”