Friday, AUGUST 16, 2019
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
The CHOC Children’s Foundation
1120 La Veta Avenue Suite 500, Orange, CA 92868
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Directions & Parking: The CHOC Children’s Foundation is located on the 5th Floor of The Centrum North Building. Please park in the Centrum North Building Parking Lot and bring your parking ticket with you for us to provide validation.
|Member – $35.00||Non-Member – $50|
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Growing Your Employees to Greatness
This session will provide leaders insights and practical tips to help our employees see their professional potential and unique contribution to deliver outstanding results in their respective areas of the responsibility.
Wayne Herron has served as a professional fundraiser since 1996. During his career, he has worked in education and healthcare, in faith-based and secular environments. He currently serves as Vice President of Philanthropy for Palomar Health in Escondido, California. His specialty is in board and staff team building, and in working with individual principal, major and planned giving donors. He also specializes in community relations and engagement. He is deeply committed to the notion that philanthropy is about “people loving people” and in his work serves to facilitate this understanding through smart, effective charitable giving. He is passionate about growing employees to greatness and has enjoyed leading strong, successful and happy teams. Over the course of his career, Mr. Herron’s teams have raised over $100 million.
Mr. Herron began his career in philanthropy in 1996 at Fuller Theological Seminary as a major gift officer. After a short stay at Occidental College, he moved onto Azusa Pacific University in 2001 where he led their major gifts program. Mr. Herron was recruited to Art Center College of Design in 2007 and served as the head of their development program. After a brief tenure at Marymount High School, in 2013 he transitioned to Glendale Memorial Health Foundation at Dignity Health – Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center. In January 2019, he began a new, broader role serving as Vice President of Philanthropy for Palomar Health leading the System’s fundraising program.
Thank you Campbell & Company for your sponsorship!