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Community Foundation of Sarasota County Names New Senior Vice President, Marlo Turner
By Murray Devine / February 2, 2016
Community Foundation of Sarasota County Names New Senior Vice President, Marlo Turner

The Community Foundation of Sarasota County announces Marlo Turner, CFRE as its new Senior Vice President of Donor Engagement and member of the senior executive team. Most recently, Turner was the Director of Development for the Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma. She has more than 20 years in the development field for health care, museums and prestigious education institutions, such as Oklahoma State University Foundation and the Jenks Public Schools Foundation. At the Oklahoma State University Foundation, she was instrumental in assisting with opening the University’s Tulsa branch campus and was a member of the senior team for the University’s campaign to raise $1 Billion for their campaign “Branding Success.”

“With Marlo's depth of philanthropic experience and knowledge, I could not be more excited to welcome her to our region and the Community Foundation as a member of our senior leadership team,” said Roxie Jerde, president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County. “Marlo is looking forward to partnering with our donors to ensure their philanthropic goals are achieved and impact is maximized in our community.”

“I’m thrilled to join the Community Foundation as we partner with donors who want to be the one to make a difference in and outside our community,” says Turner. “Everyone can be a philanthropist, and no matter the size of a gift, my goal is to help match people to the right causes, to create a lasting impact.”

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