Tacarra Davis Named Executive Assistant to the President of OFIC

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Tacarra Davis has been named Executive Assistant to the President of The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges. "Tacarra brings skills and experiences that will not only meet my administrative needs and those of the Board, but she will also bring opportunities for growth of this position as we keep an eye to our future," said OFIC President Bill Spiker. 

Tacarra is a higher education professional with over 10 years of experience in leadership and customer service. She also brings a wealth of knowledge in people and operations management, project planning, and process improvement. 

Most recently, she served as a student services representative, call center supervisor and customer service supervisor in IT services management at Franklin University. She studied at Wright State University in Organizational Leadership and is now pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Psychology at Franklin University and anticipates graduating this year.

She will provide the primary administrative support for the OFIC president, assist with marketing and communication efforts in coordination with the Senior Director of Marketing and Communications, and coordinate meetings, information, and activities as they relate to the OFIC Board of Trustees.

Tacarra’s position was created after the announcement from Joanne Moriarty, who is retiring from OFIC after 32 years of distinguished service to OFIC. Joanne has worked with four OFIC presidents, Ken Hoyt, Jeff Wolf, Gordon Brollier, and Bill Spiker. She plans to make her retirement home in Hilton Head, South Carolina, in early March. Tacarra begins on February 4, 2019.