Teresa Hoelle joins as Vice President, Client Services and Laura Reece joins as Manager, Non-Profit Services
CINCINNATI, OH (October 16, 2018) — Ignite Philanthropy is pleased to announce that a seasoned non-profit executive is joining its leadership team. Teresa Hoelle has been named Vice President, Client Services, and will serve on the organization’s executive leadership team. In her role, Hoelle will be responsible for business development and managing a significant portfolio of client projects. Hoelle will co-lead the Non-Profit Services division alongside Vice President Kelly Gillen, and will work in collaboration with Vice President Annemarie Henkel, who leads Philanthropic Services and Business Operations.
Hoelle currently serves on the executive leadership team of United Way of Greater Cincinnati as its Senior Vice President/Chief Marketing Officer where she leads the marketing and communication strategy for the sixth largest United Way in the country. She previously served as Vice President, Institutional Advancement at ArtWorks where she helped double the organization’s annual budget in less than four years. Hoelle will begin her role at Ignite Philanthropy in early November.
The timing of the addition to Ignite Philanthropy’s leadership team is part of a planned organizational expansion. In late October, Laura Reece will join as a Manager within the Non-Profit Services division. Prior to joining Ignite Philanthropy, Reece served for seven years in various program, fundraising and marketing leadership roles at GRAD Cincinnati. Additionally, Bethany Monahan has recently been promoted to the role of Business Associate.
“We are grateful to work with some of the region’s leading non-profit leaders and funders to advance their goals to transform our region,” said Scott Provancher, President & CEO of Ignite Philanthropy. “Expanding our leadership team and adding key positions enables us to continue to serve and advance our clients’ aims and aspirations.”
Ignite Philanthropy integrates all aspects of philanthropy into a suite of offerings, including fundraising consulting, grantmaking and foundation management, community and non-profit sector research, strategic planning and project management. Ignite Philanthropy serves the entire philanthropic and non-profit sector—from individuals, companies and foundations seeking to manage and enhance their philanthropic giving—to non-profits looking for an experienced, strategic fundraising partner to raise capital to accomplish their mission.
Ignite Philanthropy’s Non-Profit Services division has raised over $175 million in the past five years for non-profit organizations in the Arts, Human Services, Education, and Housing sectors. Additionally, the organization’s Philanthropic Services division manages nearly $7 million in charitable grants annually and provides advisory services for a variety of private and corporate foundations and philanthropists. Some of Ignite Philanthropy’s clients are Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati State Foundation, Freestore Foodbank, Louise Taft Semple Foundation, The Hatton Foundation, Cincinnati Public Radio, Scripps Howard Foundation, LADD, Center for Addiction Treatment and The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture.