Carole Bailey is an accomplished non-profit leader with significant experience helping non-profit organizations and entrepreneurial endeavors attain financial and operational excellence through improved technology, communications and reporting systems. She has over twenty years of experience assisting with the management and strategic trajectory of organizations in the healthcare, education, production, arts and social service industries. She served as the CFO for East End Cooperative Ministry in 2016 and 2017.

Prior to entering the non-profit industry, Carole worked as an Audit Manager for a large regional public accounting firm. She had clients in the non-profit, construction, real estate, auto dealership and vehicle rental industries. Prior to public accounting, she was an accountant for a large national construction and real estate company. Carole graduated with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Robert Morris University and earned her CPA license over 27 years ago.

Carole’s participation and leadership in the community spans several decades. She has served on the boards and finance committees of the Jewish Association on the Aging, the JCC, Community Day School, Children’s International Summer Villages and WQED. Currently, she serves on the board of Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania. During her tenure with Planned Parenthood, she has served as the Chair of the Board and the Finance Committee, as well Treasurer and Vice Chair. Carole currently serves on the Jewish Healthcare Foundation Board where she is Treasurer and Chair of the Audit and Nominating Committees. Carole is also on the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh’s Audit Committee.

Carole and her husband have three children. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, bicycling, and attending cultural and sporting events.

 

A note from Carole.

Greetings EECM Community,

I am grateful to join a group of dedicated staff and volunteers. Ever since I was introduced to EECM almost ten years ago, I became passionate in the work and immediately became involved as a donor and volunteer, and was eager to do more. Once the opportunity to become CFO was available, I took advantage of it. Becoming the President/CEO of EECM almost two years later helps realize my goal of serving EECM at a higher capacity. The partnerships and support we receive from the community are immeasurable. Our congregational network and donors are the lifeblood of this organization. As we approach the 50th anniversary of this organization in 2020, I look forward to working with you and the community to ensure we provide quality resources for individuals and families served by EECM.

Sincerely,

 

Carole Bailey