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[Press Release] Partnership for Philanthropic Planning Elects 2015 National Board Members

Posted by National Association of Charitable Gift Planners on Jun 18, 2014 4:56:50 PM

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

For more information, contact:
Sarah Rosenberger
PR and Marketing Manager
(317) 269-6274 srosenberger@pppnet.org

PARTNERSHIP FOR PHILANTHROPIC PLANNING ELECTS 2015 NATIONAL BOARD MEMBERS

 

[INDIANAPOLIS, IN.] [June 12, 2014] The Partnership for Philanthropic Planning (PPP) has elected six at-large members for the 2015 PPP Board of Directors, who will serve three-year terms from January 2015 through December 2017.

The newly appointed board members will help represent the diverse interests of the Partnership's members and important constituencies, as they develop organizational policy and work to engage all partners in the philanthropic planning process.

Candidates to be considered were suggested by PPP members and were reviewed by PPP’s Nominating Committee. The following candidates were elected to the 2015 National Board of Directors:

Elizabeth Ayers, Director of Gift Planning
University of North Carolina at Chapel - Hill Chapel Hill, North Carolina
North Carolina Planned Giving Council

Claudine Donikian, President/CEO & Chief Marketing Officer
Pentera, Inc.Indianapolis, Indiana
Planned Giving Group of New England and Planned Giving Group of Greater New York

J. William Gray, Partner
Hunton & Williams LLP- Richmond, Virginia
Virginia Gift Planning Council

Wendy Irving, Assistant Vice President for Gift Planning
University of Buffalo- Buffalo, New York
Western New York Planned Giving Consortium

Christopher McGurn, Senior Vice President, Planned Giving Group
PNC Institutional Investments- Baltimore Maryland
Chesapeake Planned Giving Council

Mark Winer, Director, Gift Planning
American Red Cross- Saint Louis, Missouri
Saint Louis Planned Giving Council

Partnership for Philanthropic Planning
A 501(c)(3) public charity and professional organization for charitable gift planners who work to make charitable giving most meaningful for donors in the United States.

PPP is supported by over 100 local councils and over 8,000 individual and council members, as well as charities, associations and business organizations that support the mission of charitable giving made most meaningful. For more information on PPP, visit our website at www.pppnet.org.

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