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Tue July 23, 2013
WCAI Welcomes a New Development Team
WCAI recently welcomed two new faces to its Development team: Sarah Tribuzio as managing director of development, and Cheyenne Bayse as special projects assistant. They join Stephen Colella, who oversees underwriting partnerships.
Sarah, a native of Cape Cod, moved back home in 2009. She has worked in the non-profit sector for 15 years. She began her development career in Chicago at Fourth Presbyterian Church, and served as director of development at Penikese Island School and Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod. Her experience includes grant writing, annual giving, events, major gifts, and program development & implementation. Sarah is a graduate of Cape Cod Academy and Wheaton College and volunteers for several local organizations. She resides in Sandwich with her husband and three children.
Cheyenne graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a degree in Communication Studies focused on Media Studies with minors in Speech and Psychology. While at NSU Cheyenne worked for the campus radio station both as a host and business director. After NSU Cheyenne went on to Florida State University to obtain a master's in International Affairs.
Cheyenne is a bit of a vagabond and has lived all around the country but thoroughly enjoys New England. She is an avid rower and is a board member and volunteer at New Bedford Community Rowing. Aside from rowing she enjoys being outdoors, cooking, and working on her plan for world domination.
And to round out this fantastic team is Stephen Colella who is a familiar face but has stepped into a new role heading up underwriting partnerships.
Come on down to the station, we would love to meet you!