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The Truman Charities Podcast: A Philanthropists Guide to Charitable Organizations with Jamie Truman is for philanthropists that are actively looking to expand their donor portfolio. Jamie will be having in depth conversations with founders of charitable organizations. At the conclusion of each episode you will be able to make an educated decision on if their organization resonates with you. Jamie Truman is the Co-Founder of Truman Charities. Truman Charities has raised over 1.5 million for s ...
 
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“Every cancer deserves a voice, and every cancer deserves a cure.” - Laughlin Foundation What happens when your loved one is diagnosed with a rare case of cancer, where there is little to no information about it anywhere, and doctors don’t have a protocol to treat it.? Our guest on today’s episode lived this truth when her mother was diagnosed with…
 
Those of us who volunteer our time to give back to communities take this job seriously, so our main objective is to reach our goals so we can make a difference. A successful charity starts with having a solid group of board members, because they set the tone for how the rest of the charity functions. Each member brings unique experiences and expert…
 
The Truman Charities Podcast featured Rob Scheer, co-founder and CEO of Comfort Cases and author of A Forever Family: Fostering Change One Child at a Time. His harrowing story of growing up in our flawed foster care system touched us so much that we’re sharing his interview again. You don’t have to know someone to love them, and Rob’s personal jour…
 
“Self-determination and desire to be part of different communities that allows you to blossom well beyond the structure of a house is so critical and central to the organization's mission.” - Chloe Sigillito Having a home encompasses more than just the structure of the house. It represents community, growth, love, and safety. Things we often overlo…
 
The adoption process is a lifelong process, it doesn’t end the day a child is adopted by a family. This is an important point that is all too often missed. Especially in unique cases where a child is placed into split custody with their biological family and interracial and LGBTQ headed family. Our guest on today’s episode lived this reality, and f…
 
Take a second to imagine an animal rescue center. Are you seeing the workers playing with puppies all day, smiling from ear to ear from all the doggie cuteness? This is just one misconception about rescue centers, and today’s guests will be addressing more. On this episode of The Truman Charities Podcast, you’ll hear from Nancy Maddox and Jenn Rush…
 
Tragedy strikes us in ways we never imagined, and this was certainly true for Jenny Mosier when her son Michael was diagnosed with a brain tumor called DIPG at just 6 years old. A devastating terminal diagnosis with a near 0% survival rate, it changed the future of her family. His aggressive cancer didn’t affect his spirit of service, and this is w…
 
On this podcast episode Mark Bucher, whose charitable journey started by cooking Thanksgiving turkeys for families in need at his restaurant, Medium Rare. During the pandemic, he bought meals from local restaurants to feed the hungry, and this evolved into Feed the Fridge, a DC metro area non-profit that’s changing the way the world tackles food in…
 
There are many ways to give back to the community and the less fortunate. Some people donate food, clothes, money, or anything else essential to living. All of these are very useful, but what if you gave the gift of mobility? The ability to get from point A to point B. Something we all sometimes take for granted when it is so readily available. Tha…
 
I interviewed the founder of JUST TRYAN IT Molly Darby. Here is just a few things we talked about.... -The early days of Ryan's diagnosis and the moment Molly decided she wanted to create JUST TRYAN IT -A family in the hospital that opened their eyes to the severe struggles some parents go through while their child is in treatment Mollie Darby’s ba…
 
Before she became an ISR mom and then a certified instructor, Liz was an elementary school teacher with a strong background as well as passion for business and philanthropy. After her family’s ISR self-rescue experience, Liz saw a window of opportunity to continue working with kids, while owning my own business and giving back to the community. Hav…
 
Here is what to expect on this week’s show:- How Brittany's personal childhood health trauma inspired her to join AeroAngel. - AeroAngel’s mission to provide free medical flights to critically-ill children and some of Brit's most memorable stories of hope.- AeroAngel’s current goal of funding for the acquisition of a dedicated businessjet, that can…
 
Jerry Truman has been advising high-net-worth clients for more than 20 years, working closely with them to develop comprehensive and cohesive paths to meet their financial and life goals. The one-on-one time and individual attention he dedicates to each client often leads to them calling him their trusted advisor. Jerry’s passion for helping others…
 
Laurie Calhoun has had a passion for providing a safe haven for all creatures her entire life. As a result of her early love of horses, Laurie Calhoun became the co-owner and co-manager of Summer Wind Farm in 1986. In this capacity, she became aware of the plight of Thoroughbreds when their racing careers were over. As it became apparent that more …
 
John Claude Shaffer is a Junior at South County High School in Lorton, Virginia. Motivated to achieve results and spread positivity, John Claude strives to achieve excellence in academics and to serve his community. John Claude founded the Elder Outreach Club, a successful organization started at South County High School, and currently has over 120…
 
After four years at A Wider Circle, Amy Javaid became the President & CEO in July 2021. Amy offers 20 years of experience working with nonprofits in both the U.S. andinternationally. Amy has spent her career in the management, project design, development, implementation, and monitoring of programs for an array of marginalized populations. Specifica…
 
Glen O’Gilvie has served as chief executive officer of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement since 2008, providing education, networking, advocacy and back office services to nearly 1,000 organizations. A leader with more than 23 years of management experience in the National Capital region's nonprofit sector, Glen is passionate about addressing the…
 
Corinne Cannon, MAT, MSc, Greater DC Diaper Bank Founder and Executive Director/President, oversees the organization’s capacity, strategy, and overall operations. She founded the organization in 2010 because she wanted to help other families after experiencing hands-on the struggles of parenthood. She has been recognized locally and nationally for …
 
Tracy’s expertise is in the field of accounting and tax, with more than two decades of experience as an international tax specialist in both the public and private sectors. A licensed CPA with a master’s degree in taxation, prior to founding Icing Smiles, her experience in the baking industry was limited to watching the TV challenges and absorbing …
 
Born and raised in Bethesda, MD and studying education at The University of Texas at Austin. Katherine Snedeker founded Gray for Glioblastoma, a nonprofit raising funds and awareness for brain cancer. She has experience working for event planners in Austin, TX and the DC area and hopes to continue to grow the nonprofit using these learned skills. G…
 
Keith Moore is from southwest Washington DC. He was born on August 10th. Keith recently graduated as Valedictorian from Kipp DC Somerset College Prep class of 2021. As a future political figure, he believes in giving back to his community. Keith has also served as SGA President for all four years at his high school. Keith is currently attending Mor…
 
Laurie Strongin – The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 045 Laurie Strongin.Laurie Strongin is founder and CEO of the Washington, DC-based Hope for HenryFoundation which is reinventing the pediatric patient experience in hospitals around thecountry and positively influencing the outcomes of children with chro…
 
Stephanie Rosen– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 044 Stephanie RosenStephanie Rosen has been the Executive Director for the Montgomery County, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) located in Rockville, MD for over six years. Under her tenure as Executive Director: NAMI MC program participation has…
 
Elizabeth Workman– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 043A native New Yorker/Connecticun, Elizabeth came to DC in 1988 and immediately fell in love with the city that would forevermore be called "home". A social service "junkie" since her teen years, Elizabeth focused her college education at George Washin…
 
Roddy McKenzie and Peter Williamson – The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 42 Roddy McKenzie and Peter WilliamsonRoddy McKenzie is a co-founder of Game Genius. He has a professional background in financial services most recently in the impact investing space. He loves using play as a way to learn and grow wh…
 
Jean-Michael Giraud– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 41 Jean-Michael Giraud. Jean-Michel Giraud has advanced the entire homeless services system in the Washington, DC Metro Area by drawing on over two decades of clinical experience in human services, expertise in psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery,…
 
Darren Binder – The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 40 Darren Binder. Darren is a co-founder of City Dogs Rescue & City Kitties and lived in D.C. for 20 years prior to moving to Bend, Oregon two years ago for a new position. Darren was motivated to start the rescue in 2011 after seeing a plea on Facebook ab…
 
Manizha Azizi– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 39 Manizha AziziManizha and her family fled Afghanistan during the Cold War in the 1980's when she was only 5 years old. Being a refugee herself, she knows all too well what these newly arrived families have endured and the obstacles that they may face bein…
 
Bina Shah– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 38 Bina Shah.In 2018, Bina founded Project 8p Foundation to accelerate research with the goal of treatment for chromosome 8p heroes like her daughter Karina. Since then, she has fully committed herself to the advancement of clinical and research understanding o…
 
Glen Mourning– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 37 Glen Mourning. Glen Mourning is an educator and author. The Crunchy Life Kid's book series is his most popular work that consist of a 8 titles written for children ages 8 and up. As the oldest of his mother's five children, Glen's books tie in life memor…
 
Jillian Copeland– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 36 Jillian Copeland.In 2014, Jillian created Teens Like Us, a weekend and summer inclusive social programdesigned to meet the needs of teens with disabilities in the Greater Washington area.Jillian’s latest and greatest endeavor, Main Street, is a joint …
 
Rob Sheer – The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 35 Rob Sheer.Rob entered the foster care system as a child who had lost both parents. He was brought into a house with all of his belongings in a tattered and torn trash bag. Eight years ago, 5 children, who are now his daughter and 4 sons, arrived on his door…
 
Dr. Bob Rufsvold, Dr Barbara Burke, Kumeinu Da-Tokpah and Saundra Williams– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 34 Dr. Bob Rufsvold, Dr Barbara Burke, Kumeinu Da-Tokpah and Saundra Williams.RESTORE HOPE: LIBERIA provides relief and empowerment to the most vulnerable in post-emergency communities through an …
 
Jonathan Horowitch– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 33 Jonathan HorowitchJon Horowitch was appointed President & CEO of Easterseals DC MD VA in 2017 after serving as the organization’s COO for five years. Jon leads a 250-person team that provides critical, direct services to the most vulnerable members …
 
Allie Williams & Russell Lacey– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 32 Allie Williams & Russell Lacey.President of Electric Advisors, Russell Lacey has been an active part of the business community for over 20 years. Before starting Electric Advisors, he managed the production offices for bank-owned mortgag…
 
Mary Henry– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 31 Mary Henry.Mary Henry grew up in Minnesota. She has been married for 30+ years, has one son and two daughters. Mary has worked in the special ed field for 36 years. In 2016 Mary, along with her son, Eric Harder, established Reuniting After War, a 501(3)(c) …
 
Scott Jensen– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 30 Scott Jensen.Scott Jensen serves as the Executive Director of the National Veteran Small Business Coalition. A Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business owner and an executive with extensive experience in leadership and management across a 30-plus yea…
 
Betty Buck– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 29 Betty Buck. Listen to this important Truman Charities episode with Betty Buck about her organization the HM2 Buck For Hope Foundation. Here is what to expect on this week’s show:Betty’s story and why she started the HM2 Buck For Hope Foundation. The HM2 Buc…
 
Ria Freydberg– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 28 Ria FreydbergRia Freydberg serves as the Executive Director for the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. After more than a decade in restaurant management, Ria was nominated to run for LLS’ Man & Woman of the Year campaign in memory …
 
Jill Binkley– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 27 Jill Binkley.Jill Binkley is a Physical Therapist and Founder of Turning Point Breast Cancer Rehabilitation, a non-profit healthcare organization. She served as the Executive Director of the organization for 14 years and continues as a Consultant. Jill ha…
 
John Rosa– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 26 John Rosa. Dr. John Rosa owns and supervises Accessible Beltway Clinics, which is comprised of 17 Integrative Medicine clinics in Maryland and Virginia that sees over 60,000 patient visits per year. ABC Clinics combine medicine, chiropractic, physical therap…
 
Abe Schuchman– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 025 Abe SchuchmanAbe Schuchman has served as the Executive Director (now CEO) of Housing Unlimited, Inc. since Housing Unlimited began operations in December 1994. Housing Unlimited is a supported living housing corporation that provides permanent, safe, af…
 
Bethany Keener– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 24 Bethany KeenerBethany Keener became the executive director of Spirit Club Foundation in September 2020. She has nearly two decades of experience in nonprofit communications and development, including nine years working in organizations that support adul…
 
Alan Schulman & Lyn Culver– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 23 Alan Schulman & Lyn Culver.Lyn is an experienced Executive with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Strong community and social services professional skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Philanthropy, Fundraisi…
 
Leah Craft– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 22 Leah Craft.Leah has spent her career committed to the strategic and financial growth of local, national, and international organizations. She is motivated by her passion to bring equity where it is not, and to leave the world better than she found it, espec…
 
Tony Cancelosi and Jocelyn Hunter– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 21 Tony Cancelosi and Jocelyn HunterThe Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) Board of Directors appointed Anthony J. (Tony) Cancelosi, KMoB, President and CEO, in September 2005. Under his leadership, CLB is refocusing its priorities …
 
Carolyn Cole-Rodenburg– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 20 Carolyn Cole-RodenburgCarolyn Cole-Rodenburg, a 18-year breast cancer survivor, is the Founder & President of The IIIB’s Foundation, a highly recognized and respected breast cancer charity. She is an exemplary model of someone who has personal k…
 
Jennifer Marshall– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 019 Jennifer Marshall.Jennifer Marshall was diagnosed with Type 1 Bipolar Disorder in 2006 at the age of 26. She’s had four hospitalizations within five years – two in 2005 before any diagnosis was reached, and two more because she was trying to protect…
 
Ken Harvey– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 018 Ken HarveyKen Harvey played football in the NFL of 11 years, and before that he attended the University of California at Berkeley for college. His journey was not the normal path and he realized that too much is given, much is required. Ken learned through…
 
Thomas & Natalie Liniak– The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring with Jamie Truman Episode 17 Thomas & Natalie Liniak.Tom and Natalie Liniak are parents of two sons, the oldest of whom has autism. Frustrated by the lack of meaningful sports and social options for their son, the couple co-founded the non-profit Sports Plus in 2005. Sport…
 
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