Jennison has been named vice president of philanthropy for the foundation

By STAFF     8/24/2015

Anthony Jennison has been named vice president of philanthropy for the Orange Catholic Foundation, according to a recent announcement from the office of Cindy Bobruk, president and executive director of the foundation.

According to the announcement, Jennison brings more than a decade of experience in sales and fundraising, including previous experience in several university advancement positions at Loyola Marymount University, USC, and most recently as executive director of advancement for the USC Caruso Center.

He will work closely with Diocesan leaders and donors to maximize the benefits of major gifts to the Diocese and will provide support to the ongoing Christ Cathedral capital campaign as well as other projects and ministries.

Jennison is a product of Catholic school education, having attended St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Placentia, Damien High School in La Verne and Loyola Marymount University. He earned an Executive Masters in Leadership from USC.

Jennison, along with his wife Liz and their two children, reside in Newport Beach and are parishioners at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.

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