by Tyler Hale
Baptist Health is reportedly naming a new chief development officer for the Baptist Health Foundation.
An anonymous source tells Arkansas Money & Politics that the health system is tapping Lena Moore to take over as the foundation’s chief development officer. According to the source, Moore’s start will be effective Monday, Dec. 2.
Moore serves as the Clinton Foundation’s deputy executive director. She is also a Henderson State University graduate.
She is replacing Reanetta Hunt as the foundation’s chief development officer. Hunt was hired as the foundation’s CEO and chief development officer in February 2019, but was terminated after 90 days, according to Arkansas Business.
Before Hunt, Missy Lewis served as the foundation’s chief development officer. Arkansas Money & Politics reported that Lewis resigned from her position in December 2018.
Baptist Health officials would not confirm Moore’s hiring. The announcement, according to the officials, is expected to come within the coming weeks.
Arkansas Money & Politics will have more on this story as it develops.
Image courtesy of Lena Moore