The University of Cincinnati Foundation announced today its 2018 Outstanding Philanthropic Volunteer Award winners. Honorees include community leader Carrie Hayden; Michael Puccini, BSPH ’83; the Ohio Innocence Project Board of Advocates; Karen Tully, senior director of development for UC’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM); and Andrew Conley, CEAS ’17. These individuals are selected based on their extraordinary philanthropic commitments to UC and UC Health.
“Through tenacity, relationships and a love for their communities, this year’s award winners exemplify what it means to be a Bearcat,” said UC Foundation President Peter E. Landgren. “They are committed to serving others whether it’s fighting cancer, mentoring students, freeing the innocent or lifting others by cultivating a culture of philanthropy. It is a pleasure to partner with them in multiple ways and to recognize them in this manner.”