Larry Pauley has thirty-five years of experience in philanthropic fund raising. He organized Ford Thompson Consulting in 1984.
As a principal and Executive Vice President, he holds total accountability for all phases of daily operations and travels throughout the country to provide counsel to an extensive range of clients. Working closely with fund raising executives and board members at colleges, hospitals, and major not-for-profit organizations, Mr. Pauley’s activities include:
With more than 25 years experience in for-profit and non-profit management, Ms. Weaver understands that integrity and relationships are the cornerstones of successful revenue generation and development efforts. She firmly believes that in today’s intensely competitive marketplace, every organization – for-profit businesses and non-profit organizations alike – must operate efficiently and effectively. Sound business practices are essential if we are to successfully raise capital and efficiently provide needed services.
Ms. Weaver enjoys knowing that what she does is always of high quality and working with others who also want to make a difference. Her skill-set includes:
Helping nonprofit organizations realize their potential is Jack’s mission, by providing coaching and development services.
For thirty years, Jack had been involved in hospital development, serving as both a member of senior management teams and chief development officer, helping donors realize their dreams and hospitals to better serve their communities. Most recently with the Hamot Health Foundation in Erie, Pennsylvania, Jack began his career at Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, followed by his tenure as president of the Samaritan Health Foundation in Dayton, Ohio. Subsequently, he served as executive director of Missouri Baptist Health Foundation in St. Louis, Missouri, and the Westmoreland Health Systems in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
In 1992, he returned to Detroit as a director of development for the Detroit Medical Center, with primary responsibilities for Grace and Huron Valley-Sinai Hospitals, including the Wayne State University School of Medicine Family Medicine Residency and community outreach programs. During this time, the Detroit Medical Center was one of the top 125 fundraising organizations in the country as compared to the Philanthropic 400. Upon leaving Detroit, Jack became Executive Vice President and CEO of the Memorial Health Trust in Savannah, Georgia. Early in his career, he served as an executive for the Boy Scouts of America. Jack is a graduate of Ohio University and resides in Tipp City, Ohio.
For more information on Coaching and Consulting, contact JDarrah@fordthompson.com or please call us at 812-635-0311 to discuss your specific requirements and how Ford Thompson can help your organization.