CONCORD, NH – Future In Sight continues to transform the lives of children and adults who are blind or live with profound sight loss. Our innovative efforts in education and rehabilitation services for those with sight loss have significantly expanded throughout the Granite State and beyond. We are thrilled to welcome Lucinda Williams as the new Director of Development to help us expand funding in support of these growing needs.
“As a survivor of a traumatic brain injury coupled with the awareness of a grandson with Type 1 diabetes I bring a personal passion and dedication to the responsibilities as Director of Development for Future in Sight;” said Williams.
Williams joins Future In Sight with 25 years of non-profit management experience primarily in the arts and health and human services. She has served as the Director of Development for the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation and Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, Executive Director of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra and the Brain Injury Association of Delaware, and as Vice President of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for Artistic, Education and Community Outreach. In the course of her career, Lucinda has raised millions of dollars for the organizations for which she served.
She has operated her own independent arts production company, Serenade Productions, working alongside artists Yo Yo Ma, Tony Bennett, Alicia Keys, Stevie Wonder, Pittsburgh Symphony and more.
“Lucinda’s experience and passion compliments our vision to strengthen and expand services, continued development of our practice, and support efforts to serve thousands more children and adults in New Hampshire. It’s an exciting time for our organization and the clients we serve,” said Future In Sight President and CEO David Morgan. Lucinda joins the organization almost one year after the launch of our new brand. We have adapted to changing needs and demographics, offering programs for people living with a wide range of visual disabilities. I am confident that Lucinda will enable Future In Sight to achieve its immediate and long range goals.”
Lucinda lives in Gilmanton, NH, with her husband, retired Army Colonel, Richard Nowak. Richard served as a Special Forces Green Beret for 26 years. She is a member of the Lower Gilmanton Community Club, Gilmanton’s Own, Inc., and Gilmanton Historical Society. She also volunteers her development experience by authoring grants directed at funding Diabetic Alert Service Dogs for adults and children.
About Future In Sight
Headquartered in Concord, Future In Sight – formerly known as New Hampshire Association for the Blind – was founded in 1912 with the mission to advance the independence of persons who are blind and visually impaired. Over the last 105 years, the organization has grown to offer a complete range of specialized professional education and vision rehabilitation services that help babies, children, adults, and elders who have little to no vision to obtain access to a full range of services. Future In Sight is the only private, nonprofit provider of statewide, comprehensive direct vision rehabilitation and educational services throughout the state of New Hampshire for persons of all ages who are blind or visually impaired.
For more information about Future In Sight please call 603-224-4039 or visit www.futureinsight.org