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Wilton's Pam Keough Named CEO of Make-A-Wish CT

President & CEO Pam Keough at Make-A-Wish Connecticut's Annual "Evening of Wishes" Gala at Mohegan Sun March 29th 2014
President & CEO Pam Keough at Make-A-Wish Connecticut's Annual "Evening of Wishes" Gala at Mohegan Sun March 29th 2014

Make-A-Wish® Connecticut is proud to announce its new President & Chief Executive Officer, Pam Keough of Wilton, Connecticut.

The mission of Make-A-Wish Connecticut is to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

Mrs. Keough has served as the Chief Operating Officer for Make-A-Wish Connecticut since March 2013.

In her new role, Mrs. Keough will work closely with the Board of Directors and will provide leadership in the mission of Make-A-Wish throughout the state, while working with the Trumbull-based staff and team of over 250 volunteers towards their vision to grant the wishes of every eligible child in Connecticut. 

Prior to joining the Make-A-Wish Connecticut team, Mrs. Keough served in senior management positions at Selective Insurance Corporation of America and General Re Corporation.

“There’s nothing like making a wish come true for a child facing a life-threatening medical condition,” commented Keough.

“When we grant children their heartfelt wishes, we help them experience hope, strength and joy. During the wish experience, joy eclipses illness. I am thrilled to be a part of this amazing organization. I look forward to serving as President & CEO and being a part of the many wishes we grant for Connecticut children.”

To learn more about Make-A-Wish Connecticut and explore how you can help make wishes come true for Connecticut children, visit CT.WISH.ORG or call 877.203.WISH.

About Make-A-Wish® Connecticut

The Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Connecticut grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.  Wish-come-true experiences can do wonders by providing a much-needed break from lengthy hospital stays and medical treatments.

They give back to a child what a serious medical condition can take away—the chance to simply enjoy being a kid. Wish Kids often choose something that will inspire happiness, and allow them to spend precious time with their families.

The Connecticut chapter has made over 2,400 wishes come true since its inception in 1986. Learn more about Connecticut wishes at www.ct.wish.org, or join Make-A-Wish on Facebook (search Make-A-Wish Connecticut) and Twitter (@MakeAWishCT).

 

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Kathy Drake April 09, 2014 at 08:47 PM
Congratulations Pam! :)

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