Tonya A. Hall
Dedicated and highly motivated non-profit professional with 18 years of experience.
Summary Currently seeking the position of Director of Community Engagement at JDRF where
my project management, communication, problem-solving, interpersonal and
relationship building skills will be used to forward the vision of a world without type 1
MS Office Software as well as multiple event management software
Information including Blackbaud/Luminate, Greater Giving, One Cause and Salesforce.
Alpha, Relationship building
Budgeting, Relationship management
Budget, Trade shows
Data management, Articles
Associate Regional Director / JDRF - Greensboro, NC01/2016 - Current
Partner with Regional Director to positively impact and influence chapter productivity and performance.
FY18 results, Region exceeded budget by $2 million.
Assist with chapter development, increased productivity and encouragement of volunteer/staff partnership.
Help Executive Directors identify early warning signs on fundraising programs and serve as a resource to identify solutions.
Steward donors, volunteers and board members across the region to ensure a positive overall experience.
Mentor and train chapter staff on program standards and practices with a focus on relationship management, stewardship and volunteer development.
Partner with chapter outreach staff to ensure program standards are met and provide support on topics as needed.
Serve as interim staff leadership during vacancies.
Create and review budgets, goals and forecasting for chapters and region.
Identify positive and negative trends and build solutions and/or share successes for maximum results.
Identify chapter talent and help support professional development, employee engagement and staff retention.
Identify opportunities to maximize income from a range of sources.
Helped drive board development by assisting chapters with board meetings and nominating process.
Ensure that all chapters develop and annually monitor their progress against strategic growth plans that link to the organizational growth vision.
Promote the development of core programs by identifying and recruiting new volunteers and by conducting feasibility studies to assess the potential of new markets.
Regional Manager / JDRF - High Point, NC01/2009 - 01/2016
Partner with the Regional Director to ensure that the region and chapters continually
monitor their progress against overall budget.
Partner with Regional Director in reviewing, creating and editing regional and
Serve as interim staff leadership during vacancies.
Identify, recruit and steward relationships with key volunteer leadership and work
with them toward meeting and exceeding goals.
Assisted Regional Director and/or Chapter Executive Director by conducting
interviews and hiring development staff.
Helped drive board development by assisting chapters with board meetings and
Act as primary field liaison with the National Office for projects, data information and
technical data management.
Ensure that all chapters develop and annually monitor their progress against
strategic growth plans that link to the organizational growth vision.
Development Coordinator / JDRF - Greensboro, NC01/2001 - 01/2009
Responsible for securing approximately $7 million of funds raised during my tenure
in the Piedmont Triad Chapter.
Identified, cultivated and stewarded new and returning corporate partners for
Cultivated, stewarded and developed family teams for 2-3 walk locations.
Managed all aspects of 2-3 Walk to Cure Diabetes program events and fundraising
Assisted in securing key event leadership and partnered with volunteers to lead
Serve as the key staff member in implementing the procurement efforts of the
chapter's annual Gala as well as the logistics.
Managed all aspects of Chapter annual golf tournament.
Lead and/or participate in meetings.
Discuss objectives and strategies of JDRF
and/or chapter activities.
Increase visibility within the community by organizing multiple outreach activities.
Participate in planning, budgeting and forecasting process.
Philanthropy Advisor / Alpha Chi Omega - High Point, NC01/2011 - Current
Kappa Omicron Chapter, High Point University
Assisted in the colonization of the Kappa Omicron Chapter
Advise the VP of Philanthropy in her position to help establish Alpha Chi Omega as
an organized, successful and caring organization on campus and within the
Education and Training
University of North Carolina at Greensboro - Greensboro, NC1991Bachelor of Arts: Speech Communications, Public RelationsPublic Relations Assistant (intern) - International Home Furnishing Representatives
Association. Collaborated in the creative process of layouts and design for a
four-page newsletter and a monthly magazine using PageMaker software. Wrote
articles for both publications and drafted press releases. Responsible for writing
and sending all new members association information.
North Carolina State University - Raleigh, NC1989Speech Communications, Public
University of North Carolina at Greensboro -
1991 Bachelor of Arts : Speech Communications, Public Relations North Carolina State University -
1989 Speech Communications, Public
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