Mentor Program

Mentor Program

Our guiding mission at NACCDO is to relieve the burden of cancer by addressing the needs unique to development officers in its member cancer centers. To this end, we offer our members an opportunity to connect with others in the field throughout the year via our NACCDO Mentorship Program.

The NACCDO Mentorship Program aims to provide our members with opportunities to grow professionally within their institution and the cancer fundraising field.

We strive to connect mentors and mentees who share similar career trajectories and career aspirations and work in institutions with similar makeups.

Detailed information and application forms can be found in the Members section.

Applications will be due on Friday, May 31, 2024. Matches will be announced on or before June 30, 2024.

Mentor Program Chairs:

Ellen Roberts, Director of Principal Gifts / Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, at
Justine Weissenborn, Senior Director of Development / Georgetown Lombardi Cancer Center, at
Nicole Zollinger, Senior Director, University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center, at

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