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Bohland to lead Center for Faith & the Arts

Center for Faith & the Arts has employed Paula Bohland in the position of executive director.
Bohland holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has more than 20 years of experience in organizational planning, nonprofit consulting, training and management.
Bohland lives in Salisbury and is involved in community development activities, both locally and abroad. She has been the board chair of Downtown Salisbury Inc., lead successful strategic planning and fundraising campaigns with several local nonprofit organizations, serves on neighborhood development committees, and is an active member of St. John’s Lutheran Church. She also coordinates, manages and develops resources for indigenous children in Guatemala so that they may get an education.
“We have found a special person in Paula Bohland,” says Dr. Jim Spiceland, CFA board president. “She brings a unique set of experiences, organizational skills and professional savvy to our position. She understands our mission and is enthusiastic about the quality experiences CFA can bring to this community. I am excited to have Paula on board as our executive director.”
Center for Faith & the Arts is nonprofit organization founded in 1995. The mission of the organization is to explore and enhance the close relationships between the arts and one’s spiritual life by heightening the spiritual experience with the power and meaning of art.

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