Manatee Glens Hires Chief Development Officer
Manatee Glens, the specialty and outpatient practice treating mental health and addictions, has hired Janet K. Ginn, CFRE as Chief Development Officer. This is a new position in the company, and she will be responsible for raising philanthropic funds for Manatee Glens. Ginn will report to Manatee Glens President/CEO Mary Ruiz. She will assist the Manatee Glens Board in maintaining its commitment to community care.
“We conducted a national search to find our CDO and received hundreds of inquiries. We are convinced we hit a home run when we found Janet,” said Ruiz. “Her enthusiasm, compassion and experience make her an ideal member of our executive team and a welcome addition to the community.”
Ginn has raised more than $100 mllion in 32 countries and all 50 states. She has led organizations in fundraising efforts increasing managed assets and commitments substantially in each organization where she’s been involved. She is recognized for her educational seminars for donors, professional fundraisers, advisors and global partnerships.
“My approach is to always build strong and meaningful relationships with donors and help them find the great satisfaction and joy in giving,” Ginn said. “I am excited about introducing new donors to the significant work of Manatee Glens and its positive impact on the lives of so many people in our community.”
Ginn is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and has served on the boards of CFRE International as well as President of the Arkansas Chapter of Partnerships for Philanthropic Planning. Prior to joining Manatee Glens, she served as Vice President of Development of Quest, Inc. in Orlando. She was previously the interim President of CFRE International and prior to that, President and CEO of
Heifer Foundation in Little Rock, AR.
Manatee Glens is a specialty hospital and outpatient practice in the Tampa Bay area treating mental health and addictions in youth, adults and seniors.