Our Team

Motivated to Serve the Community

Bethany Legacy Foundation Staff

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Dora Anim

President & CEO


Dora, who began her new role on July 5, 2022 plans to spend time listening and learning the needs of the community before recommending any new initiatives. “It’s critically important for BLF to always listen and learn from the residents who live and work in Jefferson County to ensure we are focused on investments that deliver the greatest impact,” says Anim. “We believe good health, health care, and wellness are key to a flourishing society. Our aim is a healthier Jefferson County, supported by high quality, holistic care that can be equitably accessed by all.”

Dora was previously the COO of Greater Cincinnati Foundation where she led the design of a high-performing culture to drive growth, transformation, and results.


Angie Klein

Operations Director

Angie has lived most of her life in Madison. Two of her favorite things about living here are the Ohio River and being able to enjoy all four seasons. She is married to her best friend, Scott. They have three children and five grandchildren. Their youngest, Morgan, just left for Butler University this fall making them empty nesters! For 23 years, she worked in higher education; twenty years at Hanover College and the last three at Ivy Tech Community College.

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Veronica Watson

Program Manager


Veronica originally moved to Madison in 2021 to work for local nonprofit Ohio Valley Opportunities as the Director of Research and Program Development. For six years prior to that she lived and worked in Indianapolis; first as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer for the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA), then as the Indiana Director for Patronicity, which partners with IHCDA on the CreatINg Places funding program, before rejoining the IHCDA team as the Program Manager for the Community Services Block Grant, Individual Development Accounts and Neighborhood Assistance Programs. Veronica is originally from South Elgin, IL, and earned her undergraduate degree in International Relations from Illinois Wesleyan University, before spending her first year as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer in New Orleans with the local Habitat for Humanity affiliate.


Morgan Hamilton

Program Manager

Morgan Hamilton serves as the Program Manager at Bethany Legacy Foundation. She graduated from Hanover College in 2019. While there, she ran cross country and track and fell in love with Jefferson County. After graduating, she served as the Director of Community Impact for a community foundation in her rural hometown. She believes in inspiring others to do their best, serving them so they can, and celebrating them when they do. In her free time, Morgan enjoys spending time with friends, reading in her hammock, and watching her favorite shows. She is most excited to be able to bring the knowledge she gained while working for a community foundation to a larger scale at Bethany Legacy Foundation and to learn the nonprofit makeup of Jefferson County and work closely with these nonprofits.

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Bethany Legacy Foundation Board

Bethany Legacy Foundation Committees

Bethany Legacy Foundation has several dynamic committees that undertake work on behalf of the Board. Our committees are comprised of volunteers that work in smaller groups that provide an environment that’s conducive to productivity. They make recommendations to the board for actions and decisions.

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We’re looking for driven individuals who are ready to bring big change to Jefferson County. Are you in?