Maureen Cover-Bryan has been named executive director of the Foundation of Butterfield Trail Village and director of development of Butterfield Trail Village in Fayetteville.
Background: Maureen Cover-Bryan earned a bachelor's degree in English in 1991 from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta and later completed a Master of Business Administration in 2010 from Webster University in Fayetteville.
Experience: Cover-Bryan served as executive director of the Rogers Public Library Foundation for nearly seven years and held the same position for four years at CASA of Northwest Arkansas, which is the area's Court Appointed Special Advocates for children program. She also served as district foundation liaison for Altrusa International of Rogers, a community service organization.
New Position: In her dual role as executive director of the Foundation of Butterfield Trail Village and director of development of the Butterfield Trail Village, Cover-Bryan will oversee the operations of the foundation, lead fundraising efforts and serve as a liaison between the two boards. "It is exciting to take on this important role to sustain and grow a vibrant continuing-care retirement community," Cover-Bryan said. "I am especially looking forward to working with the boards of Butterfield Trail Village and Foundation to achieve the Village's vision for the 21st Century."