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Monday, February 12, 2018

4C for Children Hires New CFO

Chad Nieter
4C for Children, the region's premier resource for high-quality early childhood education and care, announces the addition of Chad Nieter as Chief Financial Officer. Nieter will oversee the agency's financial planning and reporting and grants compliance.

Nieter brings proven executive leadership experience at three non-profits in Greater Cincinnati as the senior financial officer to the position. He is a strategic, motivational leader with a reputation for aligning people and resources to maximize mission-driven outcomes.

"As a father of a four-year old, I'm thrilled to join a team that is fueling our community's efforts to provide all children with the best early childhood education by supporting the adults who care for them," Nieter says. "Quality early childhood education for all is key to breaking the cycle of poverty in our region. The dedication and talent of the 4C staff is impressive and impactful to the community."

As 4C's chief financial officer, Nieter is responsible for overseeing all financial operations. He has a deep knowledge of and experience in working in the non-profit sector and has a collaborative and dynamic style of leadership that motivates internal teams and external partners to pursue common goals.

"I'm extremely pleased to welcome Chad to our team," said 4C President/CEO Vanessa Freytag. "He brings more than 20 years of nonprofit financial experience to his role. He will be a key member of our senior leadership team and help us shape a bright future for the agency."
Previously, Nieter served as chief financial officer at Cincinnati Union Bethel. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Cincinnati and is a certified public accountant. Nieter lives in Mt. Lookout with wife Michele and son Cole.

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