With advancement teams around the country considering or making the move to return to the office, advancement leaders would be wise to pay attention to some of the trends identified in this report and consider their plans accordingly.Read More
Jodie Miner’s depth of passion for fundraising has fueled her extensive, nearly 20-year career in the industry. Her numerous, impressive roles have included co-founder and chief advancement officer of EastHub, vice president of development and major gifts at the Swedish Medical Center Foundation, and various leadership positions at UW Medicine Advancement. She has helped organizations build highly effective programs and successfully implement giving best practices.
“There are no shortcuts to anyplace worth going.” Beverly Sills
At BWF, Jodie serves as associate vice president of proximity where she provides consultation and support for clients in the Pacific Northwest region.
Jodie sees how giving and volunteering can make people feel more powerful, even in challenging situations that cause them to feel powerless. People may not be able to control cancer or inequality in society, but they can support organizations who make change. Jodie finds joy and purpose spending her professional life supporting individuals who give what they can and strive to make a difference in their communities.
Jodie has served as president for Northwest Development Officers Association and was the inaugural co-president for AFP Advancement Northwest. Her favorite pastimes include everything outdoors from bike touring and kayaking to Nordic ski racing. She also greatly enjoys coaching a middle-school Nordic ski racing team on the weekends.