posted on November 30, 2016 15:35
CONWAY, SC– Terry Egan has joined the staff of Conway Medical Center (CMC), serving as Executive Director of the CMC Foundation, replacing retiring Director, Berns Massey.
Egan is a twenty-six year veteran in fundraising and not for profit management who has raised millions of dollars for charity. Egan started his fundraising career with the United Way in Rockford, IL in both campaign and allocations. From there he served as Director of Development for Lutheran Social Services of Illinois and a national Lutheran foundation, Wheat Ridge Ministries.
Perhaps most notably, Egan managed the Foundation for the Fabricators & Manufacturer’s Association when they merged with the foundation of Television celebrity John Ratzenberger. Ratzenberger is most loved for his role as the witty mailman Cliff Claven in the TV show “Cheers”.
Before joining CMC in early June, Egan served as Executive Director of the hospital where he was born in Freeport, IL. Egan’s early success here in Conway includes overseeing a 27% increase in the CMC Employee Campaign.
Terry is an accomplished swimmer and swim coach, having competed in many open water swims including swimming from Alcatraz Island back to the shores of San Francisco and the Hudson River in New York City. Most recently he’s been coaching a young paraplegic swimmer, who is a US Paralympic prospect in 2020.
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The CMC Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation established in 1988 as a charitable organization to provide support for Conway Medical Center in its effort to fulfill its mission and goals.
The CMC Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of all individuals in the Conway Medical Center service area. The organization develops cooperation between the hospital staff and board, medical staff, the community, and other supporting organizations through educational and promotional activities.