Regina Health Center has announced that Colleen Corrigan Day will be joining the ministry as the new director of mission support and donor relations. She has been working in the Holy Name High School Institutional Advancement Department for the past 10 years, most recently as director of alumni and special events.
Colleen has more than 20 years of experience working for several nonprofit organizations, including the Cleveland Convention & Visitors Bureau, Dress for Success Cleveland, West Side Ecumenical Ministries, Custom Cleveland, LLC (founder and president), and the Greater Cleveland Film Festival.
Colleen is filling the role that Maureen O’Neill-Laszlo has held for several years, who will be retiring at the end of June. Collen’s first day at Regina Health Center will be June 10.
She is active in the community, serving on several boards, including the Mayo Society of Greater Cleveland. She recently received the John Carroll University Nonprofit Administration Program 2019 Nonprofit Leader of Tomorrow Award.
Colleen received a master’s degree in nonprofit administration from John Carroll University and bachelor’s degree in rhetoric and communications from Kent State University. She is a graduate of Holy Name High School. Colleen and her husband, Brian, live in Parma and are members of St. Columbkille Catholic Church.