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To best reach a KNN team member, the preferred contact method is email because we can best respond to your inquires with the inclusion of hyperlinks and attachments. General inquiries should email us, so we can best direct you to the appropriate resource or section of the website.

Danielle Clore Executive Director/CEO

 

Danielle Tharp Clore is the executive director/CEO of Kentucky Nonprofit Network. Prior to founding KNN in 2002, Danielle held leadership positions at the Commonwealth Fund for KET, Eastern Kentucky University, Special Olympics Kentucky and Christian Care Communities. She was recognized in 2017 by Women Leading Kentucky with the Martha Layne Collins Leadership Award and was a 2015 finalist for the Excellence in Advocacy Award by the Professional Women in Advocacy Conference, Washington DC.  She is a 2012 graduate of Leadership Kentucky.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Transylvania University and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Kentucky Martin School of Public Administration. Danielle's current community service work includes public policy committee member, National Council of Nonprofits; advisory council member, Murray State University Nonprofit Leadership Studies program; and finance committee member, St. Michael's Episcopal Church.  Previous community service includes chair of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Bluegrass board of directors; United Way of the Bluegrass Get on Board Advisory Council; Family Counseling Service board of directors; and the Kentucky Commission on Women Foundation board of directors. She is a native of Bardstown, grew up in Pineville and now resides in Lexington with her husband and two children. Email Danielle.

Renee Gallagher – Director of Member Engagement

Renee Gallagher leads KNN's membership program and provides support for KNN events and special initiatives.  She is a native of New Jersey and became a Kentuckian in 2005.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Kentucky and received her master’s degree in Instructional Systems Design. Renee has volunteer experience with The Lion’s Club, Project Read and most recently, CASA of Lexington.  Email Renee.