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May 20, 2010
Contact: Alixe Mattingly
963-1873 x 123
Santa Barbara Foundation Promotes Jan Campbell to
Director of Development
The Santa Barbara Foundation is pleased to announce that Jan Campbell has been
promoted to Director of Development.
She will serve in a leadership capacity in the Foundation’s Philanthropic Services
Division, engaging and connecting our donors with charitable and collaborative
opportunities countywide.
Jan will manage the Foundation’s annual fund, the legacy program, donor education and
recognition programs, and outreach to professional advisors. She will play a key strategic
role in supporting the foundation’s commitment to the growth of collective philanthropy.
“Jan brings a wealth of experience and deep roots in the community,” said Foundation
President and CEO Ron Gallo. “Jan’s role will serve to catalyze a constant presence in
our community so that our philanthropy can have even more positive impact on the needs
of our community.”
Since joining the Foundation in 2009, Jan has energized the Foundation’s giving circles
including the Women’s’ Funds, Social Venture Partners and the Katherine Harvey
Fellows.
Jan has over 25 years of experience in both the commercial and nonprofit sectors. She
was the marketing manager for Bartlett, Pringle and Wolf, business manager for the
Santa Barbara Independent and editor and publisher of the Valley Voice newspaper. She
was the Development Director for the Page Youth Center, and has worked for Heal the
Ocean and with the Contemporary Arts Forum.
Jan was a founding member of the MIT Enterprise Forum and the Women’s Day
conferences as well as a board member of the Santa Barbara Soccer Club and San Marcos
Athletic Boosters.
A graduate of UCSB, she is married to Randy Campbell, President of the Santa Barbara
Independent. They have two children, Nora and Emma.
About the Santa Barbara Foundation
The Santa Barbara Foundation is a high impact community foundation with over 80 years of
success in strategically enhancing our communities as one of Santa Barbara County’s largest
private sources of funding for area nonprofit agencies and college bound students. The
Foundation is an added partner in philanthropy at every level, providing the most flexible and
personalized resources, from one time individual donors to those wishing to create philanthropic
legacies. With over $250 million in assets under management, the Santa Barbara Foundation is
top ranked for investment performance and financial stewardship. A leader in providing rigorous
evaluation in distributing funds, the Foundation awarded over $25 m in grants and $2.5 m in
student loans in fiscal year 2008. The Foundation’s objectives are to build philanthropy, build
impact, and build community.
Contact:
Alixe Mattingly, V.P., Communications
963-1873, ext. 123
[email protected]
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