(May 10, 2019, Warren, Ohio) – The Raymond John Wean Foundation is pleased to announce Korey Gall as its new capacity building officer.  In this role, Gall will implement the Foundation’s Capacity Building Program strategies which include its Capacity Building Fund; Race Equity and Inclusion Initiatives; and Capacity Building Events.

Prior to joining the Wean Foundation, Korey served as housing associate for Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership where he supported residents in new homeowner acquisition and renovations work in coordination with the Trumbull County Land Bank.  Additionally, he served as a representative for both organizations in governmental affairs and inter-organizational collaborative projects.  As the 2018 recipient of the Ohio Community Development Corporation Association’s Ned D. Neuhausel Award, Korey was recognized for his innovative and inclusive work, promoting and creating affordable housing for Trumbull County residents.

Outside of his professional life, Korey is a member of the 2018 Emerging Leaders Cohort, a program of The Raymond John Wean Foundation designed to leverage the assets of upcoming leaders and create pathways to decision-making tables.  Past community service roles included secretary, The Trumbull County Historical Society and advisory committee member, City Club of the Mahoning Valley.

A life-long resident of Warren, Ohio, Gall is an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology.