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Camille Mantelin

Camille Mantelin

Planned Giving Officer

New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Greater New York City Area, us

Nonprofit fundraiser with significant experience in the charitable world, including education, social services and healthcare. Additional private sector experience in finance managing investor relations and analyzing investment opportunities in leveraged buyouts. Nonprofit work includes serving as Planned Giving Officer at ...


New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Planned Giving Officer

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Girls Inc. of New York City

Board Member / Chair of the Development Committee

- Work with Director of Development to develop Girls Inc. of NYC's fundraising plan and assess progress toward meeting those goals.
- Developed and established a higher expectation for financial contributions and involvement in fundraising activities from all members of the Board to move the organization to the next level.
- Board training / Organize members of the board for fundraising activities.
- Involve and cultivate major gift prospects

Why I care about Girls Inc. of New York City:

“To me, this is heartbreaking to see young girls in the poorest congressional districts in New York City who have the deck stacked against them and will struggle all their lives to rise above their circumstances, only three miles apart from the most privileged children in New York, receiving the best education with a best-in-class support system to succeed. I just can’t get over such a huge divide between neighbors in the same city.
I love to work toward a purpose bigger than myself and do things for young girls because I get a kick out of it. It’s exhilarating what one person can do to change the lives of others, and in doing so, change the course of a community for everyone. I feel that, when we work to lift these young girls up to own their future, it lifts myself up at the same time. This is why I love to serve on the board of Girls Inc. of New York City.”