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Jerry Walter Mapp

Jerry Walter Mapp, American medical foundation executive. Decorated Bronze Star.

Background

  • Mapp, Jerry Walter was born on September 1, 1945 in Columbia, Mississippi, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Religion, Abilene Christian University, 1968. Postgraduate in religion, Earlham College, 1969.

    Career

    • Minister, Texas Church of Christ, l968;residential treatment social worker, Good Samaritan Centeradministrative assistant in charge development public relations, Good Samaritan Centerassociate for development, Daniel Freeman Medical Center, l974-76;with special education department, Santa Monica (California) United School District, l976-77;associate director development, Anaheim (California) Memorial Hospital Development Foundation, l977-78;director development and community relations, York School, California, l978-83;consultant not-for profit organizations, California, l983-84;executive director, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Foundation, San Francisco, l984-91;vice president for development, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco, l984-91;president, chief Executive officer, Pacific Medical Center Foundation, San Francisco, since 1991. Director workshops on planned giving, grantsmanship and trusteeship. Former instructor development and community relations for non-profits Hartnell College, Monterey Peninsula College.

      Speaker regional conferences California Association Indiana Schools, Council for Advancement and Support Education, National Association Hospital Development, National Society Fund Raising Executives. Consultant to numerous organizations including Festival Theater California, Monterey Peninsula Foundation, Family Svc. Agency, Center for Attitudinal Healing, Eskaton Monterey Hospital, West Coast U., Notre Dame School.

      Campaign consultant Merritt Peralta Medical Center.

    Membership

    Former member technical advisory board Los Angeles Mental Health Planning and Development Commission. Past member service committee American Cancer Society. Board directors KQED.

    Consultant not for profit organizations With Chaplain corpus, United States army, l969-7l, Vietnam. Member National Association for Hospital Development, National Society Fund Raising Executives, Commonwealth Club, Rotary. M C.

    Connections

    • Son of Jerry M. and Louise E. (Foreman) M. Divorced; l child, Michael A. Married Regina Falsetto.
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    Born September 1, 1945
    (age 72)