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The Clowes Fund Announces Officers and Directors

Thursday, July 30, 2020
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Una Osili, IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy; Associate Dean for Research and International Programs

Members of The Clowes Fund, Inc. met recently and elected three new directors to its board: Una Osili, Indianapolis, Indiana; Daniel Clowes, Williamstown, Massachusetts; and Veronica Serrato, Sanford, Maine. 

The board re-elected the following as directors and officers: 

  • Ben W. Blanton, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Edith Bowles, Washington D.C., Vice President
  • Aidan Clowes, Putney, Vermont
  • Alec Clowes, Mammoth Lakes, California, Treasurer
  • Douglas Clowes, Bolton, Massachusetts
  • Edith Clowes, Charlottesville, Virginia
  • Jonathan Clowes, Cushing, Maine, President
  • Samuel Huneke, Washington, D.C., Secretary 
  • Carolyn Osteen, Boston, Massachusetts

In addition, the board re-appointed Executive Director Beth Casselman as Assistant Secretary and Program Manager Erin Trisler as Assistant Treasurer.

The Clowes Fund is a family foundation based in Indianapolis that has awarded grants of more than $125 million since 1952.  Its board includes two generations of Clowes family members and community representatives with skills related to its fiduciary responsibilities and its grantmaking priorities, both geographically – Indianapolis, and certain areas in northern New England – as well as fields of interest intent upon building a just and equitable society with a focus on support for immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers. 
 

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