Interfaith Community Services has filled two development positions.

Sheri Siesennop joined ICS on Nov. 23 as development director, focusing on major donors, planned giving, endowment and overall strategy.

Siesennop, who has lived in the Tucson area for 20 years, has a varied background in community relations, medical practice management, nonprofit development and financial management that includes estate planning and charitable planned giving, a release said.

Diane Luber is overseeing communications, events and grant writing as development manager. Her first day was Nov. 16.

Luber was city editor at the Tucson Citizen for four years before it closed in May. Her 20-plus years of newspaper experience also included heading the Arizona Daily Star's Northwest bureau. She has lived in the Tucson area for nearly 15 years.

Interfaith Community Services is a nonprofit, volunteer-based organization that connects faith communities and volunteers in helping seniors, disabled individuals and people in financial crisis achieve stable and independent lives. Programs include a food bank, emergency financial assistance, caregiving services, mobile meals and health advocacy.

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