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Stephanie F.

Volunteer
Charlotte, NC, USA
Total impact
$53416
Status
Ready to Volunteer

Professional Experience

Board member and Development Chair, MeckMIN

February, 2020 - Current

Currently serving on the board of MeckMIN--an interfaith organization dedicated to promoting interfaith collaboration to foster understanding, compassion, and justice. Also serving as Development Chair.

Pro Bono leadership coach, Self-employed

September, 2019 - Current

Providing pro-bono coaching sessions to support the development of non-profit professionals. Coaching work focuses on meeting current challenges while preparing for future opportunities.

Trained in Presence Based Coaching

30 years of leadership and management experience

Divisional Director, Muscular Dystrophy Association

January, 2014 - February, 2018

Lead major market teams to achieve fundraising and mission goals.Responsible for income budgets of $6,600,000 and directing four Executive Directors and their teams totaling 33 team members. Responsibilities included: income development, hiring, training, staff development, annual business planning and budget preparation, weekly management, staff reviews and staff retention. Collaborated with and mentored Mission Partners to deliver mission programs including MDA Summer Camp, MDA Care Centers, and local education and community events.

Vice-President Mid-Atlantic States, Muscular Dystrophy Association

April, 2001 - January, 2014

Responsible to attain income and mission goals for the Mid-Atlantic Division of MDA covering NC, SC, VA, DC, MD, PA, WV, and parts of GA and NJ. Provided leadership for 22 District teams and 4 regional teams and 9 direct reports responsible for raising an annual budget of 22 million dollars.

Regional Director, Muscular Dystrophy Association

June, 1997 - April, 2001

Led District teams in North Carolina and South Carolina to attain income and mission goals including the production of the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon.

BS, University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications

- Current