Adrienne Taylor, CFRE
Adrienne McDade Taylor is the Sr. Development Officer for the Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation. She is responsible for elevating the organization fundraising processes and sharing its impact. She joined the Women’s Fund after spending 5 years with the University of Cincinnati Foundation.
Adrienne is a 2013 graduate from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music’s Arts Administration Graduate Program along with receiving her MBA from the Lindner College of Business.
Prior to entering the field of fundraising, Adrienne spent 3.5 years as a full-time registered stock broker and part-time dance teacher. Adrienne also received her bachelor’s degree in Finance with a Dance minor from Millikin University.
Adrienne started her career path in fundraising through the Association of Fundraising Professionals-Greater Cincinnati Chapter’s diversity program, New Faces of Fundraising, which she is now serving as the program’s co-chair and involved in the national expansion of this program. Her commitment to Diversity & Inclusion efforts extends beyond her role within AFP and in to her current role at the Women’s Fund. Adrienne believes in the efforts towards evolving inclusive philanthropy and is excited about being a part of the movement!
Adrienne has served in numerous roles with AFP Global including, co-chairing the New Faces of Fundraising program, is a Collegiate Chapter Advisor with the University of Cincinnati, serves on the Membership Services Committee, the WII Taskforce, the Committee on Directorship and Leadership Academy Committee.