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DUKE HADDAD
7637 Prairie View Drive * Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
317-849-2658 (home) * 317-213-1956 (cell) * dhd05856@westpost.net
SENIOR-LEVEL EXECUTIVE:
Non-Profit Management, Development, Fundraising
Results-driven executive leader with extensive experience streamlining, professi
onalizing, and improving the operational performance of a variety of non-profit
and philanthropic organizations. Development expert adept at designing and deplo
ying complete fundraising programs and at training and motivating staff and volu
nteers in best-practice gift solicitation strategies. Skilled at identifying and
leveraging opportunities to improve organizational performance, increase revenu
es, and control operating costs. Areas of expertise:
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Organizational Leadership * Non-Profit Management * Fundraising & Development
Fundraising Program Design * Annual Gifts * Strategic Planning * Process Improve
ment
Consulting * Project Management * Performance Management Integration * Volunteer
Recruitment Employee Engagement * Policy Development * Needs Assessment * Busin
ess Development Budgeting * Major Gifts * Financial Statements * Planned Gifts *
Research Integration
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PREVENT BLINDNESS INDIANA, Indianapolis, Indiana April/2010-Present
Leading statewide volunteer eye health and safety organization that screens 33K
annually.
Interim Executive Director
Recruited to conduct a needs assessment and analysis of best-in-class organizati
ons, spearhead the development of a focused organizational vision, and outline a
strategic business plan while overseeing the organization's day-to-day operatio
ns.
* Identified 850 new fundraising prospects and launched a new direct mail campai
gn and social media strategy to effectively reach and target this broadened audi
ence.
* Recommended and have initiated deployment of new income streams with the creat
ion of new vision screening partnerships with a fee-for-service model.
* Directed board redirection by overseeing the creation and implementation of fo
ur new key committees.
* Assisted in the implementation of the Most Beautiful Eyes Social Media Project
.

THE CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER OF DAYTON, Dayton, Ohio January/2007-April/2010


Children's hospital serving 250K patients annually.
Vice President of Development & Chief Development Officer
Headed a 15-member team to drive an active fundraising function and run a 1,500-
member hospital-wide volunteer program. Spearheaded funding resource development
including solicitations of individuals, corporations, foundations, associations
and organizations. Additionally oversaw the efforts of the hospital's foundatio
n and its 18-member board of directors.
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THE CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER OF DAYTON (continued)
* Led 2 major capital campaigns to benchmark levels of success, achieving $12.3M
and $7.6M in funding, respectively, and personally soliciting 6-figure donation
s and a million-dollar gift.
* Consistently exceeded annual fundraising goals, driving annual returns from $2
.5M to $5M despite an economic downturn and department budget reductions by rest
ructuring the development team to strategically focus on annual, major, planned
gift and research functions.
* Dramatically expanded the volunteer program that resulted in securing 400 new
volunteers to assist in hospital programs and fundraising efforts.
* Implemented new system resulting in the identification of 1,000 prospects and
establishment of portfolio accountability system.
* Recognized for outstanding performance and leadership with nomination for an e
lite regional "Fundraising Executive of the Year" award.

DEMONT & ASSOCIATES, Portland, Maine April/2005-November/2006


Fundraising consultancy specializing in directing multimillion-dollar capital ca
mpaigns.
Senior Associate Consultant
Directed the firm's critical Kiwanis International / Kiwanis International Found
ation account, with primary focus on implementing a $37M capital campaign for Fo
undation endowment. Recruited, trained, and managed the campaign's paid staff al
ong with 50 international volunteers in best practice standards for soliciting f
unds. Additionally provided training for the client's staff on generating new fu
nding sources.
* Delivered the client's first-ever awareness building campaign, successfully ra
ising support across the 250K-member organization behind the Kiwanis Foundation'
s philanthropic efforts.
* Teamed in the achievement of the client's first-ever $1M gift, developing a wi
nning strategy that led to 2 additional million-dollar+ gifts.
* Increased Foundation staff productivity and built a 500+ prospect list of high
-net-worth individuals by implementing advanced research technologies and new in
ternal processes.

ST. VINCENT HOSPITALS & HEALTH SERVICES / ST. VINCENT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION, India
napolis, Indiana February/1998-February/2005
A major central Indiana focused healthcare system providing comprehensive servic
es to several hundred thousand individuals annually.
Vice President of Development & Chief Development Officer /
Foundation Executive Director
Led the strategic planning and day-to-day operation of an expansive development
department, including ongoing fundraising efforts, hospital volunteer programs,
as well as management of a $50M Foundation endowment. Directed a 15-member devel
opment team and coordinated the efforts of hundreds of hospital volunteers.

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ST. VINCENT HOSPITALS / FOUNDATION (continued)
* Directed activities of the 36 member Foundation Board of Directors, which was
one of the top volunteer boards in the city of Indianapolis.
* Directed $50M in funding while in this position with the direction of 7 separa
te capital campaigns.
* Raised and sustained growth in increasing annual philanthropic revenue from $1
.75M to more than $5M with focused strategies to expand giving programs in a var
iety of service areas.
* Professionalized development operations with the design of a strategic busines
s plan, a formal operations manual, and official audits and feasibility studies
to examine and improve the effectiveness of programs.
* Honored with multiple industry and community awards including "Fundraising Exe
cutive of the Year" by the Indiana chapter of the Association of Fund Raising Pr
ofessionals and the Indiana Governor's prestigious "Sagamore of the Wabash Award
."

ST. VINCENT HOSPITALS & HEALTH SERVICES / ST. VINCENT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION,
Indianapolis, Indiana February/1989-February 1998
Director of Development
* Served as number two in Foundation administrative operations.
ST. VINCENT MERCY HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
Elwood, Indiana May/1995-January 2000
Executive Director
* Directed all aspects of a comprehensive development program and Foundation.
ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE
BUTLER UNIVERSITY, Indianapolis, Indiana
* Director of Alumni Relations & Development
UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON, Charleston, West Virginia
* Director of Alumni Relations & Development
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, Miami, Florida
* Director of Alumni Affairs & Development
NOVA COLLEGE, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
* Adjunct Professor
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE, Louisville, Kentucky
* Associate Director of Development

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EDUCATION
Doctor of Education in Education Administration
West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
Master of Public Administration
Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia
Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing (cum laude)
West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE)
Association of Fundraising Professionals * Association of Healthcare Philanthrop
y
** Complete listing of publications available upon request. **