Jamie Phillippe is the former vice president, development and donor services with The Chicago Community Trust. In that role, which she held until September 2016, Phillippe was responsible for the Trust’s services to its growing donor base, as well as increasing endowment resources to support the needs of metropolitan Chicago’s nonprofit organizations.
Prior to joining the Trust, she served as vice president of external affairs for the Museum of Science and Industry for thirteen years. In prior fundraising positions, Phillippe worked as vice president and senior-level consultant for The Alford Group and Sumner Rahr & Company. She has also worked in development for Bellarmine University and the Louisville Ballet. Phillippe is actively involved in several community and professional organizations and has held leadership positions for the Cancer Wellness Center, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Chicago Foundation for Women, Butler University and Women in the Development Professions. She serves as lead faculty member for the Donors Forum of Chicago and has also taught nonprofit management courses at University of Chicago, DePaul University and North Park University. Phillippe holds an MAT in psychology from the University of Louisville and a BA in psychology from Butler University.