Washington, DC (March 24, 2020) – Dream On 3, a Charlotte, NC-based non-profit that makes sports dreams a reality for kids living with life-altering conditions, recently announced new leadership for their DC Metro Chapter. Courtney Quinterno, has been hired to fulfill the role of Program Manager responsible for programming, fund development, and strategic planning for the DC Metro chapter of the North Carolina-based organization.
Courtney joins the Dream On 3 team after serving as the Program Manager at the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) in Washington, DC. Courtney will use her skills and experience gained in her previous role to focus on strengthening the organization’s referral partnerships with Children’s National Medical Center and Georgetown University Medical Center as well working with the community and local businesses to “huddle” in support of deserving kids in the DC Metro area. The organization, founded in 2012, has received overwhelming support from the healthcare community, collegiate and professional sports communities plus other national organizations for their focus on this underserved population of children with special needs.
“To say that I am thrilled to be working with Dream On 3 is an understatement,” Courtney states. “I am confident that the people of Washington, DC will continue to embrace the organization and, together, we will work diligently to further its reach.”
“Courtney brings a fresh perspective and approach to our development and programming team,” said Leesa Bain, Dream On 3 Chief Operating Officer. “Courtney has demonstrated the enthusiasm and initiative required to expand our offerings in the DC area. We are thrilled to have her on board!”
For more information on partnering with Dream On 3, contact Courtney Quinterno at email@example.com.
ABOUT DREAM ON 3
Dream On 3 (DO3) is a nonprofit organization, founded in 2012, that makes dreams come true by creating a customized, personal experience with a favorite athlete, sporting event, or sports team. DO3 serves children ages 5-21 who are living with chronic illnesses, intellectual and developmental disabilities, or life-altering conditions. The organization has received overwhelming support from the healthcare community, collegiate and professional sports communities, plus other national organizations for their focus on this specific population of children with special needs. Current locations: Carolinas, Metro Atlanta, and DC Metro. www.dreamon3.org