The Abilities Fund announced today that Sarah Revers has joined the company. Revers comes from the corporate world of online advertising and spent the last three and a half years at cars.com where her most recent position was as Vendor Manager. Revers played a critical role in expanding the team, successfully handling their biggest partnership accounts. In addition to her day to day activities, she was heavily involved in improving the team processes and standards.
Revers received her Bachelor’s degree in communications from Michigan State University, and her Masters in Communications from The University of South Dakota. While attending USD, she taught public speaking for two years, and was an advisor for student athletes, helping them maintain academic standards. After graduating from USD, Revers moved to Chicago and began working for Cars.com, where she worked until her recent move to Centerville. Moving to Centerville makes Sarah the fifth generation of the Milani family to reside here. Her parents, Mark and Molly Milani Revers moved to Centerville in 2012.
Sarah joins The Abilities Fund as Director of New Projects and Innovations, continuing their expanding entrepreneurial opportunities, including access to capital for people with disabilities.
“I am eager to begin a new challenge within The Abilities Fund, and look forward to working with the team,” said Revers. “I feel fortunate to be joining such a respected company; one that prides itself on helping others fulfill their dreams. Having always been passionate about helping others reach their potential, I couldn’t be more excited.”
“Sarah Revers is a great addition to our staff. Her energy and expertise will serve our clientele well,” said Patti Lind from The Abilities Fund.
Revers will join the staff whose offices are located in Centerville and Omaha, Neb.
Founded in 2000 by Patti Lind, The Abilities Fund is a US-based non-profit organization whose service focuses on expanding entrepreneurial opportunities including a combination of financial products, training, technical assistance service and advisory support to individuals with disabilities. These services are specifically designed for those with disabilities and have an interest in business ownership and increased financial literacy. For more information, visit http://www.abilitiesfund.org.