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FEEA names new leader

The Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund has named its choice to take over the helm as executive director.

The board of directors of the organization—which provides federal employees and families with scholarships, emergency assistance and a childcare subsidy program—announced it had chosen nonprofit executive Joyce Warner to succeed Steve Bauer as FEEA executive director. Bauer steps down after 27 years in the position.

Warner currently serves as executive vice president for global programs at IREX, an international education nonprofit. She will assume her new post Oct. 3.

“I am confident that Ms. Warner is the best candidate to continue FEEA’s strong record of providing critical financial support to America’s dedicated civil servants,” said FEEA Board Chairman Robert Tobias. “Ms. Warner’s experience designing and implementing organizational strategy, developing education programs, and leading complex non-profit operations will serve the FEEA community in untold and exciting ways”

Warner holds a bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, a master’s degree from American University, and an MBA from Virginia Tech.

“Federal employees are America’s backbone, and given the opportunity to support those that devote their careers in service to the American taxpayer is truly an honor,” Warner said.

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