Bob Eichinger is senior philanthropic advisor with The Chicago Community Trust. Eichinger is responsible for directing efforts to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward relationships with advisors of donor advised funds, as well as oversee stewardship of group funds, supporting organizations and affiliates. Eichinger brings with him more than 25 years of nonprofit administration and management experience in the fields of human service and education.
Before joining the Trust, he served for nine years as director of development and alumni affairs at Morgan Park Academy, an independent PreK-12 college preparatory school in Chicago. Prior to that, Eichinger worked in development for a number of social service organizations in San Francisco including Hamilton Family Center, Mount St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth and St. Vincent de Paul Society. Eichinger graduated with a BS in Biology from Santa Clara University. An active community volunteer, he has served as chair of the board of directors for the Jesuit Volunteer Corps: Southwest.
Community Foundations Network Topical Call: Professional Development
Posted on August 20, 2019 by Bob Eichinger, Marisa Ogles, Joanne Cohen, Treat Harvey
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