PUBLISHED: 6:04 PM on Wednesday, April 9, 2008
AFE welcomes new president, moves HQ
JUNEAU - Sharon Charnell Gherman has become the new president and chief executive offer of the Alaska Funding Exchange based in Fairbarnks, AK. Former President Cynthia M. Adams will now serve as a senior consultant.

Gherman, a 30-year veteran in the industry, has been nationally-recognized for her innovations in program development and implementation. Gherman already has introduced a new e-newsletter design and web site design since stepping into her new position in January.

AFE will begin offering a two-day grant writing workshop April 17-18 in Fairbanks and will follow-up with a series of "webinars" aimed at Alaska-based organizations. To learn more visit their website at

New Partnership AFE has moved its main office from Juneau to Fairbanks, the city where it was conceived.

"Our Juneau clients need to know we still have an office in Juneau, and will continue to have a strong presence in our capital city and all of Southeast Alaska, just as we have for the past 17 years," Adams said.