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Enid Olvey has been promoted to president of Arkansas Children’s Foundation, the fundraising arm of Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock with a second in Springdale home hospital.
Olvey succeeds Fred Scarborough, who will continue as Chief Development Officer for Arkansas Children’s Health System.
Alvey will also continue at the system level as Senior Vice President of Children’s Mercy Arkansas, while overseeing the strategy, leadership and management of the 40-member fundraising team and his own independent nonprofit. She has been with the organization for 19 years and was part of the $52.8 million it raised in 2018.
“A strategic fundraiser, creative thinker, and mentor to fundraisers and program managers, Enid is a true champion for children. She demonstrates a passion for results and a passion for making children better today at Arkansas Children’s Fund, An unrelenting commitment to the mission of a healthier tomorrow,” Scarborough said. “Whatever her role, Enid has undoubtedly transformed the fundraising team by focusing on mission, transformative impact, and meaningful board and volunteer engagement. The next phase of her career will advance fundraising efforts to improve statewide children’s health status.”