Danielle Mack Recognized in the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy’s Forty Under 40 List
(Baton Rouge, La.) – Danielle Mack, vice president & chief development officer, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, has been included in the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) Forty Under 40 list.
The Forty Under 40 program is designed to recognize the future leaders within the health care philanthropy community. AHP is honoring these 40 young professionals because they are shaping the future of the health care development industry. Collectively, they are changing the world—one campaign at a time.
“These honorees are part of a select group of health care philanthropy who have demonstrated impressive career achievements, deep community involvement and the potential to be a leader in our profession for years to come,” said Alice Ayres, AHP president & CEO.
Mack, a Certified Fundraising Executive, has nearly 15 years’ experience building and managing fund development, volunteer engagement and special event programs. A nearly 10-year member of Mary Bird Perkins’ development team, she has provided oversight and leadership in advancing philanthropic support throughout Southeast Louisiana and Southwest Mississippi.
“Danielle has the natural ability to establish and build meaningful and long-lasting relationships with donors, steward donor support and manage a team of talented development professionals,” said Todd Stevens, president and chief executive officer, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. “She leads by example and her ability to inspire others by her passion to propel cancer care forward are a few of the many reasons she is the perfect recipient of this prestigious honor.”
To learn more about the Forty Under 40 program and each of this year’s recipients, visit bit.ly/40under4O.
About Association for Healthcare Philanthropy
The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) is an international professional organization dedicated exclusively to development professionals who encourage charity in health care organizations. AHP’s 4,500 members represent more than 2,200 health care facilities around the world. They collectively raise more than $11 billion each year for community health services.
About Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center is a regional cancer care organization that has been fighting cancer for almost 50 years. The cancer care organization provides care at nine centers in Baton Rouge, Covington, Hammond, Houma, Gonzales, Zachary and Natchez, Mississippi, and its service area encompasses southeast Louisiana and southwest Mississippi regions. For more information, please visit www.marybird.org.