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NNSA thanks CFC key workers for a job well done

From left, Sandra Caesar, NNSA’s M&O Contracting Branch; Ann Madison, DOE CFC Campaign Manager; Sheri Bone, NNSA CFC senior coordinator, Senior Program Manager in the Office of Cost Estimating and Program Evaluation; Sylvester L. Harris, Senior Strategic Planner for the Office of Defense Nuclear Security; NNSA Principal Deputy Administrator Madelyn Creedon; Jason H. Gerbsman, Executive Director for the NNSA’s Office of Defense Programs; Cheryl Brawner, NNSA’s Office of Emergency Operations; Michele Cohen, NNSA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer; Andi Kasarsky, Chief of Staff for the NNSA’s Defense Program’s Office of Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation; Saundra White, NNSA’s Office of Management and Budget; and Savannah Fitzwater, NNSA’s Office of Infrastructure Planning and Analysis.

In a late March ceremony, NNSA Principal Deputy Administrator Madelyn Creedon thanked key workers in NNSA’s most recent season of giving in the largest and most successful workplace fundraising campaign in the world, the 2015 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).

Largely due to the efforts of 14 people, NNSA employees raised more than $200,000 toward the CFC goal of improving the quality of life for all, exceeding the organizational goal by 9 percent. Fundraising isn’t the main job of these key workers; their full-time roles range from human resources, to acquisition attorney, to strategic planning. But their relentless and often creative efforts to get NNSA employees on board for CFC giving made all the difference.

Over the past 50 years, the CFC has raised $7 billion to help neighbors in need around the corner, across the nation, and throughout the world. Learn more on the CFC website, and see what it takes to be a CFC Keyworker in the CFC National Capital Area’s video.

Other NNSA CFC key workers:

  • Bill Rosati, YN1(SS), USN, Naval Reactors Headquarters
  • Clarence Bishop, Associate Administrator for NNSA External Affairs
  • Leah Cochran, NNSA’s Office of Nuclear Threat Science
  • Matthew Butsick, NNSA’s Office of Counsel
  • Melissa Hoffman, Management Analyst, NNSA’s Office of the Assistant Deputy Administrator for Nonproliferation and International Security