Website Mentioned in the Podcast: Paint Gwinnett Pink
About Jason (from LinkedIn):
Graduate of the University of Tennessee and a native to Knoxville, Tennessee earning a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Psychology.
Masters degree in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Management from Indiana University in 1999.
Charles Johnson Fellowship for work with the United Way; 2002 Association of Fundraising Professionals Skystone Ryan Prize for Research on Fundraising and Philanthropy; National Advisory Council for New Directions in Philanthropic Fundraising; Association of Healthcare Philanthropy Faculty; Leadership Gwinnett, President of Rotary Club of Gwinnett Mosaic, North Georgia Council Boy Scouts Board Member
Senior Associate Director of Development for the Woodruff Health Sciences Center's School of Medicine at Emory University; Director of Development for Clinical Programs Emory School of Medicine; Director of Development for the Department of Medicine at Emory. While at Emory, Jason raised over $11 million.
Senior Director of Development at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Led fundraising efforts for the University's Health Sciences Center, Performing Arts Center, one of the State's first private Schools of Pharmacy and the 2008 Town Hall Presidential Debate between Barack Obama and John McCain on Belmont's campus. While at Belmont, philanthropic contributions exceeded $35 million.
President of Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation. Exceeded Heart and Vascular Center fundraising campaign's original $8 million goal and raising more than $9 million to bring the first advanced cardiovascular and open heart surgical services center to Gwinnett, one of the largest counties in the state of Georgia. While at the GMC Foundation, philanthropic commitments have exceeded $50 million in gifts, pledges, and planned giving commitments.
About the Foundation:
Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation Website
The Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation was incorporated in 1989 to support Gwinnett Medical Center by funding programs, services and capital expansion projects through charitable contributions. As a private not-for-profit
501( c )( 3 ), the GMC Foundation enables people from all walks of life to come together and give of their time, money and talents to strengthen our healthcare system.
For nearly three decades, we’ve been inspired, blessed and empowered by your philanthropy. We’ve experienced firsthand what our community can do when we simply ask and enable people to give.
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