Michele Warner is the Director of Development at the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California.
Having worked in fundraising and development for various charitable and nonprofit organizations for over 15 years, Michele has extensive experience in revenue development, cultivating and soliciting individual and corporate donors, grant writing, budget preparation, prospect management, donor stewardship, and assisting with event planning and execution.
Prior to joining HFSC in 2019, Michele was the Senior Development Manager at the March of Dimes, where she was responsible for leading their fundraising efforts in Orange County. Other previous positions include the Vice President of Client Services at Arrowhead Management, Development Officer at AltaMed Health Services, and the Director of the Annual Fund at The Archer School for Girls.
In 2017, Michele received the Above & Beyond Award for Excellence from the Angel Light Academy, which “honors local citizens who have proven excellence in community leadership and service.”
Michele is an avid ice hockey fan, is passionate about music, loves spin class, enjoys playing tennis with her friends, and is on a constant quest to find the best New York style pizza in Southern California!
As a mom of a son with severe hemophilia, Michele is excited to use her experience to help support HFSC and all those living with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders in the SoCal community.
Michele lives in Huntington Beach with her husband, Doug, her son, Cole and her dog, Kirby.
Reach Michele at: firstname.lastname@example.org