CINCINNATI – September 22, 2014 – Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio, the 100-year-old social justice organization of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, has named Daniel Lally to the new position of chief development officer. In this role, Lally will be responsible for developing Catholic Charities’ relationships with key stakeholders and constituencies, as well as for advancing the agency’s engagement with the communities it serves.
“Catholic Charities is evolving as the needs change in the populations we serve,” said CEO Ted Bergh. “We’re bringing in a fresh perspective with Dan’s experience and adding some of the capabilities we’ll need to move forward.”
Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio serves the social justice mission of the Church by serving the most vulnerable members of the community with family and senior services, mental health counseling, refugee resettlement and disaster relief. The agency also operates Su Casa Hispanic Center in Cincinnati and the Second Harvest Food Bank in Springfield.
Lally, a resident of Liberty Township, worked for two decades in business development, marketing and communications with some of the region’s most prominent firms including Gyro and Powers Agency. He attended St. Lawrence and St. Antoninus schools and graduated from Elder High School. He earned a B.A. from Xavier University.
About Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio
Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio (CCSWOH) is a ministry of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati serving the counties of Hamilton, Butler, Clermont, Warren, Clinton, Brown, Adams, Highland, Clark, Logan and Champaign counties. For almost 100 years, we have served the poor and vulnerable in our community. Our mission is to enlighten, serve and empower our clients, benefactors and others who join with us in living the mission of Christ.