Disciples Church Extension Fund

INDIANAPOLIS — Disciples Church Extension Fund has named Anicia Kosky of Franklin, Indiana its new Chief Relationship Officer.

A nonprofit leader with more than two decades of experience, Kosky most recently served as Chief Impact Officer for United Way Northwest Indiana. Her work includes leading strategy implementation, cultivating partnerships, directing marketing and fundraising campaigns, and developing community programs and services.

“We are excited to welcome Anicia to our leadership team,” said Belinda R. King, President and CEO of Disciples Church Extension Fund. “Her previous experience as a Chief Impact Officer will complement this newly created role and her background in non-profit marketing, development, and communications will be a great asset to our work. We look forward to all she will bring to DCEF, and I especially love her commitment to her faith and God that will guide her decisions for this ministry and the balance between faith and finances.”

Kosky will lead DCEF’s marketing, fundraising, and congregational services teams. She’ll guide strategy to effectively communicate DCEF’s role in and service to the Disciples of Christ community. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business from Indiana University–Kelley School of Business, Indianapolis, majoring in Marketing, Distribution Management, and International Business.

“I’m grateful to be part of the team and look forward to utilizing my talents to serve,” said Kosky. “We want to make sure all congregations and partners take advantage of the ministry and financial support services that we offer.”

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Disciples Church Extension Fund is a financial ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) to help churches identify how they can better utilize the three essential elements of congregational life — people, property, and finances — to create greater congregational vitality. To this end, Disciples Church Extension Fund provides ministry planning services, building and property loans, and investment notes to help individuals, congregations, and ministries thrive. To learn more, visit www.disciplescef.org.


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