St. Vincent also owns and manages the Montgomery County Job Center complex on Edwin C. Moses Boulevard in Dayton.
At St. Vincent, Vanderburgh will work with a staff of 140 and 2,000 volunteers.
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Vanderburgh’s recent experience includes leading a capital campaign for the regional ministries of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati that raised over $166 million in pledges with more than $82 million already collected.
He has also served as director of estate and asset services at the local office of the American Cancer Society, senior development officer at Dayton Children’s Hospital, director of planned giving at Clarke College, and on the legislative staffs of former U.S. Rep. David Hobson (R-OH) of Springfield, and U.S. Senator Dennis DeConcini (D-AZ).