Cheryl Mc Ginnis

  • West Linn US-OR
Cheryl Mc Ginnis

Testimonials

 "She has clearly demonstrated her abilities in non-profit management and leadership." 

Robert A. Dobie MD"Community relationship-building skills a strength.", "Working with outside groups to do projects a strength." Clackamas River Basin Council Board of Directors

Volunteerism

American Society of Association Executives (ASAE)

Member 1999 - present

Health Bridges International

Team Peru! 2011

Clackamas Stewardship Partners

Member 2006 – present

WiseEars! Program of National Institue of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders Member 2001-05

Willamette United Soccer Club

Committees

Congressional (US) Hearing Health Caucus Advisory Committee

Member 2003 - 05

Clackamas County Economic Development Commission

Member 2007 – present

Clackamas County Policy Advisory Committee for Urban - Rural Reserves

Member 2008-09

Oregon Society of Association Management

Board Member 2003-05, 2007-10

Travel

  • Australia
  • France
  • Peru

Summary

  • Manage restoration project implementation
  • Developed partnerships to complete projects and engage community volunteers
  • Secured corporate, county, state, and federal grants
  • Financial forecasting, budget development and management
  • Administered research grant program which exceeded five-hundred thousand dollars
  • Chief executive officer for national charitable organization with thirteen thousand members, ten direct reports
  • Coordinated Federal Emergency Management Agency program for eleven counties with a nine-hundred thousand annual budget
  • Managed fifty annual events with venues throughout the US

Education

Education

Work History

Work History

Project Coordinator

SW Georgia Regional Board Albany
  • Planned and implemented new projects, established contracts with new partners, coordinated interdisciplinary team training and developed special events
  • Selected as contractor to work with medical doctors in southwest Georgia in presenting a conference of lessons learned for disaster preparedness following a tragic flood

Program Planner

Oregon Health Division
  • Responsible for technical assistance to communities for federal program implementation, community needs assessments, grant writing, and policy review and development
  • Planned recognition event with state legislators in celebration of the National Health Service Corps 25th anniversary in Oregon

Executive Director

American Tinnitus Association
  • Increased revenue to $1.76m
  • Supported 14 member board of directors and five standing committees
  • Directed education, advocacy, research, and support programs
  • Increased research grant awards, acquired new funding sources, initiated investment policies, solicited celebrity support and spokespeople
  • Exceeded two of three year challenge to match $200,000 annual donations
  • New Web site design implemented and maintained

Executive Director

Clackamas River Basin Council
  • Manage environmental protection and restoration programs to benefit wildlife and aquatic habitat within the Clackamas River basin. Create partnerships with individuals, corporations, government, and other agencies. Integrate programs for water quality improvements
  • As a member of the Clackamas Stewardship Partners, received a national Two Chiefs Award for collaborative forestry stewardship
  • Support 21 member board of directors
  • Overhauled financial reporting system and managed corporate, county, state, and federal grants

References

References

Rick Gruen

Paul Meade

Will Holsberry