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Holly Gulden to Become CentraCare Foundation Vice President

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CentraCare is pleased to announce Holly Gulden as its new Vice President of the CentraCare Foundation. Gulden will start in this role on Jan. 15 and will report directly to Ken Holmen, MD, President and CEO of CentraCare.

Gulden is currently the Interim Vice President for Major Gifts and Associate Vice President for Advancement and Executive Director of Development, Medicine at Tulane University in New Orleans, La. She comes to CentraCare with more than 20 years of overall fundraising experience, with a specific focus on health sciences and medicine within higher education.

“CentraCare will benefit greatly from Holly’s experience in higher education as we partner with the University of Minnesota Medical School to build a regional campus in St. Cloud,” said Dr. Holmen.

Before her tenure at Tulane University, Gulden served as the Associate Vice President of Development, Medicine and Health at the University of Minnesota.

“Returning to my Minnesota roots and becoming part of such an outstanding organization is truly exciting,” said Gulden.

Gulden received a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications, Training & Development and Spanish from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and her Master of Arts, Philanthropy and Development from St. Mary’s University in Winona.