Todd Wurschmidt: Multiple Organizations

Todd Wurschmidt has worked in an advisory and consultative capacity with multiple organizations, including those in the medical, agricultural and law enforcement communities. He has used his expertise to enhance their organizational functionality and fundraising capability, and through his tireless efforts to optimize organizational fundraising efficiency, has been able to secure millions of dollars in both grant revenue and in fundraising contributions, ensuring that his client Associations have the funds necessary to carry out their missions.

Todd Wurschmidt has, time and time again, proven his ability to boost the organizational revenue streams and awareness for multiple associations. He has worked with the Law Enforcement Foundation of Illinois, the Oak Clinic for Multiple Sclerosis, the United Soybean Board, and the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police, to name just a few. His abilities in fundraising and grant securement have helped to establish Todd Wurschmidt as one of the premier association executives in the nonprofit sector.

Todd Wurschmidt serves as a model for excellence to both association professionals and to nonprofit organizations at the local, national and international levels. He is well-educated and experienced professional who attended The Ohio State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences, a Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees in the Social Sciences. He has also been an Adjunct Assistant Professor at OSU, where he designed and taught a graduate-level course called “Leadership and Management of Non-Profit Associations.”

Todd Wurschmidt reads widely and says that his favorite authors include Joseph Campbell and Stephen Hawking.


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