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LCFH Names Chief Marketing And Engagement Officer

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Jan 15, 2019
Lower Cape Fear Hospice has named Craig Wagner as its chief marketing and engagement officer, according to a news release.

Wagner joined Lower Cape Fear Hospice in July 2017 as director of communications and marketing. The new position at LCFH came after the nonprofit restructured to create its marketing and engagement division.

In his new role with Lower Cape Fear Hospice, Wagner will lead a division of more than 15 people.

“We are excited about these changes and are glad to have Craig as the newest member of our Senior Leadership team,” Gwen Whitley, president and CEO of Lower Cape Fear Hospice, said in the release.

Officials with the nonprofit said that Wagner has been instrumental in strategic planning initiatives, developing marketing strategies, media engagement plans and other organization activities.

Wagner previously served for seven years as CEO of United Way of Onslow County. He was also recognized as one of East Carolina University's 40 Alumni Under 40 for his public service to the community, officials said in the release.
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