BELLEVILLE – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois has hired Natalie Jablonski as its new president and CEO.
Jablonski spent the last 10 years with St. Elizabeth’s Hospital where she worked in various leadership and executive positions. She is the co-host and producer of 501Crossroads, a podcast focused on non-profits. Program topics explore people and missions. It is available on iTunes.
She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Communication from McKendree University and her Master’s Degree in Management from Webster University. She resides in Swansea with her husband, Roderick and two children Courtney, 20, and Zachary, 16.
She and her family have been a part of Big Brothers Big Sisters for many years, including the Bowl for Kids’ Sake fund-raiser. She participated in her first Bowl for Kids’ Sake event more than 16 years ago.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois has been helping children realize their full potential and build their futures since 1980. The services provided are essential in meeting the needs of our community’s youth by matching positive, caring role models to mentor and guide them through the challenges they face in today’s society. Services are for children in St. Clair, Madison, Monroe and Clinton counties.
The agency is always looking for volunteers. Contact the Big Brothers Big Sisters’ office at (618) 398-3162 for information. Check out the website www.bbbsil.org or the Facebook page.
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