Cincinnati Association for the
Blind & Visually Impaired

CABVI Announces Three Vice President Promotions

April 22, 2021 – CABVI is pleased to announce the internal promotion of three leaders to Vice President positions.

 

Rachel Doellman smiling

Rachel Doellman, Vice President of Social Enterprise Strategy & Operations, joined CABVI in 2014 and was promoted to her current position in April 2021. She held previous marketing and publicity positions at E3 Local and Keen Communications. Doellman earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from University of Kentucky and her Master of Arts in Ethical Leadership from Thomas More College. She was a member of the 2017 C-Change Emerging Leader Program. Doellman lives with her husband and son in Ludlow, KY.

 

 

 

Maurice Huey SmilingMaurice Huey, Vice President of Vision Services, joined CABVI in 2020 and was promoted to his current position in April 2021. He has over twenty years of leadership experience with a number of organizations, including the American Diabetes Association, the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative and the OneSight Foundation. He is a member of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s Leadership Cincinnati Class 36 and Leadership Action Class 4. Huey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wittenberg University, a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Michigan and is a doctoral candidate at Liberty University. He lives with his wife and son in Silverton, OH.

 

 

 

Terry McMillan smilingTerry McMillan, Vice President of Manufacturing, joined CABVI in June 2010 and was promoted to his current position in April 2021. He has twelve years of experience in warehousing and manufacturing with Hillman Group, Chester Packaging and William Sonoma Brands. McMillan proudly served in the United States Navy and attended the University of Cincinnati. He lives with his wife in Columbia Tusculum.

CABVI is proud to recognize and promote the talent of emerging leaders by providing increasing opportunities for professional and organizational growth.

 

 

 

 

About CABVI
Since 1911, CABVI has been providing counseling, vision rehabilitation, and employment services to help more than 4,500 people annually of all ages adapt to severe vision loss in the Greater Cincinnati region. This includes early childhood, low vision, daily living, access technology and safe travel training. CABVI provides employment in our Industries Program and sells office products through www.Vie-Ability.org. CABVI also operates a Base Supply Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and provides employment in Contract Management Services. CABVI’s mission is “Empowering people who are blind or visually impaired with opportunities to seek independence.” For more information, please call (513) 221-8558 or visit www.cincyblind.org.

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