Association of Fundraising Professionals
Central South Carolina Chapter
     

November Luncheon: Donor Panel with moderator JoAnn Turnquist

  • 09 Nov 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • 11:30 - 1:00 PM 300 Senate at Senate’s End, 300 Senate Street, Columbia, SC, 29201

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JoAnn Turnquist, President & CEO of Central Carolina Community Foundation, will moderate a panel of area philanthropists. Through questions and conversation, JoAnn will uncover why donors do what they do and why they support what they support. We’ll also find out their stories, and what impacts their philanthropic decisions. As fundraisers, we’ll also learn what their expectations are before, during, and after their gifts are made. At the end of the discussion, we will permit enough time for audience questions. Join us for this spirited conversation about philanthropy.


Panelists include:

Lou Kennedy, President and CEO of Nephron Phamaceutical, serves on many boards, including Central Carolina Community Foundation and the University of South Carolina.


Drew Stevens, Financial Advisor at Northwestern Mutual and former President of United Way's Young Leaders Society.


Jane Kulbersh, community philanthropist, serves on Columbia Museum of Art, Palmetto Health Foundation, and Jewish Community Center boards. 


Bhavna Vasudeva, community philanthropist, serves on the board of Central Carolina Community Foundation.


Rev. Solomon Jackson, current and founding pastor of Solomon's Temple, involved in various charities including State Museum, Palmetto Health, as well as many educational institutions including Midlands Tech. 



About JoAnn M. Turnquist, President & CEO, Central Carolina Community Foundation

Named president and CEO of the Central Carolina Community Foundation in 2009, JoAnn works closely with her board of trustees and staff to develop and implement the vision and strategic direction of the Foundation. She leads a team dedicated to helping individuals, families, businesses and nonprofit organizations establish charitable funds to support causes they care about and make a difference in the Midlands and beyond.


Before joining CCCF, JoAnn served as Vice President for Institutional Sales at The Clorox Company and Johnson Diversey. She is 2013 Riley Diversity Fellow. JoAnn received the SC Chamber of Commerce Excellence in Community Diversity Award in 2014 and the Engenuity SC Vision Award in 2016. JoAnn enjoys cycling, swimming and reading. She and her husband Ernie are avid golfers and amateur chefs. They share their home and hearts with three dogs and two cats.


About the Association of Fundraising Professionals

The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) represents more than 30,000 members in 230 chapters throughout the world, working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education and certification programs. The association fosters development and growth of fundraising professionals and promotes high ethical standards in the fundraising profession.


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