Todd Wurschmidt: Program Development Expert

Todd Wurschmidt is an expert in the development of programs that help to improve a nonprofit’s outreach efforts and fundraising capabilities. A proven and accomplished program development professional and nonprofit leader, Todd Wurschmidthas been able to secure important grants and philanthropic contributions for organizations through well-designed and implemented plans, enhancing many nonprofit’s fundraising and objective completion potential.

Amongst his program development accomplishments are the creation and implementation of both an Autism Awareness and an Alzheimer’s Awareness program, the construction of a multi-million dollar development campaign for the Oak Clinic for Multiple Sclerosis and the development of crucial national and international programs for a local State Association. As the President and CEO of PARADOX Associations, LLC, Todd Wurschmidt has provided skilled consulting to organizations on association leadership, fundraising optimization, change management, program development and more. A leader of the PARADOX group, Todd Wurschmidt has served as a mentor to the Georgian Farmer’s Association, a Transition Manager for the United Soybean Board and as a consultant to the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police and Law Enforcement Foundation.

He is formerly the Director of Development for the Oak Clinic, and is currently serving as the Executive Director of the Law Enforcement Foundation of Illinois. He has been involved in association management and leadership since 1985, making him one of the most experienced association executives in the field. Todd Wurschmidt has continually exhibited remarkable savvy and prowess when it comes to fundraising, grant securement and program development, skills that have allowed him to become one of the most sought-after professionals and consultants in the nonprofit community.

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