The INTEGRIS Foundation welcomes Anne Clouse as its new Vice President effective September 2014. Clouse will lead the Foundation team by advancing INTEGRIS’ philanthropic footprint throughout Oklahoma in an effort to improve the health of the people and communities served. Clouse is a seasoned fundraising executive with strong leadership experience in nonprofit and health care sectors, previously serving as the executive director of the Norman Regional Health Foundation.
“We are thrilled to have Anne’s expertise and enthusiasm spearheading INTEGRIS’ philanthropic initiatives,” said Bruce Lawrence, INTEGRIS President and CEO. “I am eager to support Anne as she works in tandem with the Foundation’s board and philanthropic councils to align INTEGRIS’ strategic initiatives with the altruistic opportunities that matter most to our donors.”
In her new role, Clouse will lead a multi-tiered fundraising effort, oversee board operations, strategize and execute major gift campaigns, cultivate donor relationships, and manage Foundation staff and operations.
“Leading this institution is the opportunity of a lifetime, and I am honored and humbled to assume the helm of the INTEGRIS Foundation,” said Clouse. “I have been a big fan of philanthropy all my life and have intentionally pursued a career driven to help donors create positive change in our community. It is an honor and a privilege to be a part of their philanthropy.”
In addition to her service at Norman Regional, she has served in various fundraising positions for local Oklahoma City non-profits including Infant Crisis Services, American Red Cross and the United Way of Central Oklahoma.
A native of Oklahoma City, Clouse is a graduate of The University of Oklahoma. She is also an accredited Certified Fund Raising Executive and past president of Oklahoma City’s Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Deeply engaged in community affairs and widely respected for her dedication to local non-profits, she is a member of the boards of the Norman Community Foundation, University of Oklahoma Nonprofit Leadership Program, advisor to OU’s Association of Fundraising Professionals Collegiate Chapter and current Past President of the Junior League of Norman.
The INTEGRIS Foundation serves as the philanthropic arm for INTEGRIS Health. We believe philanthropy – at any level – improves how quality healthcare is given and received forever. We connect with visionaries who seek to save lives, embolden the human spirit and improve the quality of life for others through their philanthropy. Above all, we embrace the opportunity to build meaningful legacies at the crossroads of life’s most challenging and invigorating moments. For further information about the INTEGRIS Foundation, please visit www.integrisgiving.org.
Posted on Wed, November 19, 2014
by Jonathan McCoy