Todd Wurschmidt: Association With The Ohio State University

Todd Wurschmidt is a lifelong Buckeye. He has been associated with The Ohio State University for many years, as both a student and adjunct professor.

Todd Wurschmidt attended OSU as an undergraduate and received his undergraduate degree in the Biological Sciences, Zoology. He continued his education at OSU and earned a Master of Science in Social Sciences, and his Doctorate of Philosophy in Sociology, Diffusion of Innovations, and Social Action Processes, also from The Ohio State University.

Todd Wurschmidt created and taught a graduate-level course called “Leadership for Non-Profit Associations,” which he taught at OSU following receipt of his Ph.D. Todd Wurschmidt served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Human and Community Resource Development.

Todd Wurschmidt is a Certified Association Executive (CAE), having earned the professional designation from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), which he is a member. He also has membership in the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

Todd Wurschmidt has been involved in many fundraising campaigns, and is responsible for raising millions of dollars in funds. In that role he has also engaged countless business leaders, including CEOs of Fortune 500 Companies, in the philanthropic mission.

Outside of his professional interests, Todd Wurschmidt is a lifelong student who is constantly striving to learn, as well as teach. He enjoys traveling to both local and exotic destinations. Todd Wurschmidt currently lives in Ohio. He was honored with The Ohio State University College’s Distinguished Alumni Award.


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