Press Release - June 22, 2018

Silicon Valley Community Foundation Names Casey Kellogg as Vice President of Donor Engagement and Services

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – (June 22, 2018) Silicon Valley Community Foundation has named Casey Kellogg as vice president of donor engagement and services, the organization announced today.

Kellogg is responsible for overseeing SVCF’s philanthropy advisors and donor services staff to ensure expedient gift and grant transactions, in addition to cultivating SVCF’s customer experience philosophy and providing cross-departmental leadership to support donor service standards.

She began her new role on June 4 and at that time also joined the SVCF leadership team. During her 10 years at the community foundation, Kellogg has played a critical role in the growth of SVCF and has been key in providing excellent customer service to SVCF donors.

“I am thrilled to have Casey as a partner in leading our work with donors," said Misti Sangani, chief donor engagement and services officer. "In her tenure, Casey has applied a donor lens to our work, ensuring efficiency is achieved while providing customer service with grace and respect. This experience will serve SVCF well for many years to come.”

Most recently, Kellogg served as a senior philanthropy advisor. Prior to joining SVCF in 2008, she worked in development and special events at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto. She holds a bachelor’s degree in creative arts and a master’s degree in justice studies, both from San Jose State University.


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