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Johns Hopkins Boards and Councils

Some 1,600 leadership volunteers serve on Johns Hopkins’ many advisory councils and alumni committees. Service of this kind usually results from the volunteer’s initial connection to the university as an alum, friend, or grateful patient. Over time, a relationship develops where the volunteer is recommended or invited to serve in a leadership role because they have demonstrated commitment to the organization through their financial support, a willingness to engage others, and have shared their skills and experience for the benefit of Johns Hopkins. Most advisory councils play an important role in raising funds for divisions or departments of the university, and are a source of valuable advice and expertise to our deans and department chairs.

If you would like to find out more about becoming a leadership volunteer for Johns Hopkins, please contact:

Fiona Newton

Director of Donor and Volunteer Engagement

(410) 516-5788

fnewton@jhu.edu


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