Bruce Karmazin joined The Lumpkin Family Foundation as Executive Director in 2001. He was previously at the University of Iowa where he completed a law degree and helped to found the Iowa Nonprofit Resource Center.
After spending two years as a CUSO (Canadian) volunteer in Botswana, Bruce began a career in nonprofit management as a fundraising consultant with an international fundraising firm. He followed that with stints managing fundraising programs at hospitals in Nova Scotia and Ontario.
Founder and president of the US Friends of Adonai, Bruce volunteers his time coordinating fundraising for a community-based organization in rural Uganda. He is a past director of Forefront Illinois, the National Center for Family Philanthropy, SAFSF, and the Mattoon Arts Council.
In addition to his J.D., Bruce holds a B.A. and an M.A. in Economics from the University at Buffalo and the University of Toronto respectively.
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