Jane Clover Alexander, president and CEO of the Community Foundation for Mississippi, was recently appointed to the Southeastern Council of Foundations (SECF) Board of Trustees, joining a roster of philanthropic executives and leaders from organizations across the southeastern region.
SECF is the nation’s second largest regional association of grantmakers, representing 360 philanthropic organizations in 11 states.
Under Alexander’s leadership, the Community Foundation has doubled its number of funds and experienced an increase to more than $53 million in total assets.
Along with her newest appointment, Alexander also serves as Treasurer for the Mississippi Association of Grantmakers and is on the board of directors of the Rotary Club of Jackson. She is the past president of the Mississippi chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and recently rotated off the board of directors of the Mississippi Center for Nonprofits.
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