Adrienne Bousian

June 24, 2022
I partner with philanthropists to clarify their aspirations and create strategic portfolios that address social and political issues for large-scale and lasting impact. I also lead our Hirsch communications team to promote our innovative philanthropic approach. I’ve passionately devoted my career to social change at the intersection of philanthropy, policy, and communications. Before joining Hirsch Philanthropy Partners, I was Vice Read More

Heather Cash

June 21, 2022
Heather Cash joined the Community Foundation of Louisville in January 2016 as the Director of Gift Planning. Heather was promoted to Vice President of Development and Stewardship in July 2018. In this role, Heather leads the members of the Development and Stewardship team in their efforts to engage existing donors and build philanthropic resources so that the Community Foundation and Read More

Anne McCune

June 21, 2022
Anne McKune joined the Community Foundation of Louisville in 2015 as a Program Officer, where she supported Louisville’s nonprofits and their leaders through the Foundation’s grantmaking programs and special initiatives. In 2018, Anne transitioned to a new position as the Director of Philanthropy. In that role, she works with individual, family, and corporate partners to create a vision for their Read More

Kimberlee Yolanda Williams

June 15, 2022
Hailing from the nation’s capital with huge hair, a million watt smile, and contagious laughter, Kimberlee Yolanda Williams has had a heart for the perceived underdog for as long as she can remember. From her earliest years, Kimberlee’s experiences unfolded in communities filled with diversity of every kind, where gatherings around topics of equity and inclusion were explored with courageous Read More

David Hazeltine

June 13, 2022
As the Principal Communications Strategist for Blackbaud’s FinTech and Grantmaking solutions David contributes campaign strategy, content creation & recruitment, event planning & execution, sales enablement, and account-based marketing initiatives. He is a career marketer and fundraiser who has been on both the agency and client sides. David is also an experienced leader, copywriter and creative director, and conference presenter. Prior Read More

Noa Staryk

June 9, 2022
Noa Staryk joined the McKnight Foundation’s board of directors in 1991 and began her current term as board chair in 2021. A 4th generation family member, she previously served as board chair from 1999 to 2004. She has also served on the boards of National Center for Family Philanthropy, Energy Foundation, Jackson Hole Community Foundation, and Groves Academy. In 1991, Read More

Linda Hilton

June 9, 2022
Granddaughter of Conrad N. Hilton, Linda Hilton joined the board of directors of the Conrad N. Foundation in 2014, after serving as a board intern in 2013. She was appointed Vice Chair in 2021. She has spent her entire life in the hospitality industry. She was the first Hilton family member to attend the Conrad N. Hilton School of Hotel Read More

Hawley Hilton McAuliffe

June 9, 2022
Hawley Hilton McAuliffe is the granddaughter of Conrad N. Hilton. She has spent her entire adult life as an active community volunteer. Prior to joining the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation board in 2006, she donated her time to the Archdiocese of New York, Irvington House, New York Lying-In Hospital and Theatreworks USA. At present, she serves as an extraordinary minister Read More

John Oddy

June 6, 2022
John works directly with donors to help them deepen the impact of their philanthropy and identify the most effective strategies for their giving. He is a frequent speaker on donor trends, the philanthropic landscape, and has a special interest in the arts and humanities. John is a graduate of Bard College and has an M.A. in Urban Planning from New Read More

Natalie Roetzel Ossenfort

June 6, 2022
Natalie Ossenfort serves as the Director of AFJ’s Texas office, where she works with local nonprofit organizations to boost their advocacy capacity and understanding of state and federal nonprofit advocacy rules. Prior to her work with the organization, she helped to create and run the Innocence Project of Texas, a nonprofit dedicated to freeing those wrongfully convicted of crimes in Read More