Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) announced today new staff members in technology, effective philanthropy, community leadership and marketing. These individuals bring to CICF a wide array of experiences in the not-for-profit, corporate and public sectors. These positions are effective immediately:
David Donaldson, director of information technology
As director of information technology, David Donaldson is responsible for planning, directing and managing the foundation’s information technology systems, including business, data management, IT infrastructure and communication systems. Donaldson joins CICF after serving as chief technology officer for The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Previously, he was the director of learning technology operations at Indiana University. Donaldson earned a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications and master’s degree in informatics from Indiana University, where he currently serves on the School of Informatics advisory board. He also serves on the advisory board for Benjamin Harrison YMCA and is a former board member at Techpoint Foundation for Youth.
Nora Woodman, director of effective philanthropy
As director of effective philanthropy, Nora Woodman is responsible for developing and managing CICF’s donor services, strategies and staff; building meaningful relationships with donors and fund representatives; and cultivating donor engagement and co-investment in CICF’s community leadership priorities. Woodman is a career arts management and fundraising professional with senior leadership experience in the not-for-profit community, including at Conner Prairie Museum, Eiteljorg Museum and Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Woodman holds advanced degrees in arts and business administration from Southern Methodist University and serves on the director’s council at Joy’s House.
Josette’ Robinson, community leadership officer
As a community leadership officer, Josette’ Robinson will advise not-for-profit organizations and the community on grant-making processes and community issues, focusing on crime prevention, public safety, community collaboration and diversity. Robinson has been promoted to a full-time position after serving as a community investment associate. She is completing a degree in philanthropic studies from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and the nonprofit management certificate from Indiana University.
Clark Collier, marketing and communications associate
As marketing and communications associate, Clark Collier’s responsibilities include increasing brand awareness and engagement through internal and external marketing and communications projects. Collier has served in fundraising and strategic communications roles for elected officials, political candidates and not-for-profit organizations, most recently at Kiwanis International. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Butler University.