HCCF welcomes Benavidez as Office Manager

Tyler Best
June 25, 2024 / 5 mins read

In a bittersweet moment, after a decade of dedicated service, Sarah Travis bids farewell to Harrison County Community Foundation (HCCF) due to health reasons. Starting as an Administrative Assistant and later transitioning into the role of Office Manager, Sarah's contributions have been invaluable, and her daily presence will be sincerely missed.

As we express our gratitude for Sarah's commitment and the array of talents she brought to our team, we also warmly welcome Dakota Benavidez to the HCCF family as the new Office Manager. Dakota comes with a wealth of experience in office administration, recordkeeping, data entry, inventory management, operations, and customer service, making her a valuable addition to our team.

A familiar face to Harrison County, Dakota moved here at a young age and is a proud graduate of Corydon Central High School. Following her high school graduation, she served in the U.S. Navy for four years, achieving the rank of Petty Officer Second Class. Dakota's professional journey includes roles such as a secretary at Travis Scales Company in Kansas and more recently as a Sales Associate at Harmony and Health in Corydon.

Recently, Dakota, alongside her husband and their young son, made the decision to return to Harrison County, where they now call home. Eager to contribute to the community once again, Dakota is enthusiastic about joining the Foundation's mission and looks forward to making a positive impact within our community.

Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Dakota as she embarks on this new chapter with HCCF. We are excited to see the energy, expertise, and passion she brings to further our commitment to serving Harrison County.