We couldn’t have done it without you!

June 25, 2012 at 2:49 pm Leave a comment

Thanks to the volunteers who provided invaluable insights and expertise that helped in planning this year’s annual conference, Philanthropy Forward’12. Some helped on the advisory committee that shaped the newly-designed conference while others developed specific sessions at the conference. We couldn’t have done it without you!

Mike Batchelor, Erie Community Foundation
Alison M. Belfrage, Ohio State Bar Foundation
Rob Briggs, GAR Foundation
Kathleen Cerveny, The Cleveland Foundation
Amy Cheney, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Vicki Doepker, Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
Barry Doggett, Eaton Corporation
Deena Epstein, The George Gund Foundation
Brian Frederick, Community Foundation of Lorain County
Pam Howell-Beach, The Stranahan Foundation
Deborah Hoover, Burton D. Morgan Foundation
Rick Kellar, Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
Melissa Kleptz, The Troy Foundation
Carol Kuhre, The Athens Foundation
Lori Kuhn, Morgan Family Foundation
Angela Lloyd, The Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation
Joan Mazzolini, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland
Timothy McCue, William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation
Randell McShepard, RPM, Inc.
Kathryn Merchant, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
David Mitzel, Muskingum County Community Foundation
Patricia O’Brien, The Stocker Foundation
John Petures, Akron Community Foundation
Paul Putman, The Cleveland Foundation
Ferenc M. Relle, Jr., Wayne County Community Foundation
Michael Repas, Advocates for Kids
Julie Rittenhouse, GAR Foundation
Karen Sayre, The Cleveland Foundation
Latida Smith, Saint Luke’s Foundation
Kim St. John-Stevenson, Saint Luke’s Foundation
Teleange Thomas, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland
Judy Thompson, Kettering Family Philanthropies
Gordon Wean, Raymond John Wean Foundation
Jeff Williams, The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati

We appreciate the time and expertise these individuals devoted to developing a 21st century conference that for the first time ever brings foundations, corporate giving programs, individual donors, giving circles and federated funds like United Way together in one place, at one time, to network and learn.
See you in Cleveland in November.


Entry filed under: Annual Conference 2012, Commentaries, OGF News.

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