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After 15 years of work in the philanthropic sector, including her last position as Manager of Corporate Contributions for The Coca-Cola Company, Dominique Love combined her experience as a fundraiser and a corporate grantmaker to create Corporate Community Outsourcing, LLC, a consulting firm dedicated to providing philanthropic solutions to nonprofits and companies that care about their communities.
Love began her career as a Development Assistant with her alma mater, Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, and then as Director of Public Relations for Third Way Center, a residential treatment provider for at-risk youth in Denver, Colorado. In 1995, Love moved to Atlanta to pursue a career with Coxe Curry & Associates, helping to raise more than $60 million in annual and capital funds for her clients.
In 1999, Love joined The Coca-Cola Company to manage the company's Corporate Contributions and Employee-Directed Giving programs. Love administered the company's philanthropic investments in local, national and international programs and oversaw employee involvement in the community. Love's efforts increased employee volunteer activities from less than 1,000 hours annually to more than 25,000 hours and generated more than $6.6 million for the United Way of Metro Atlanta. Love also served as consultant to the cause-marketing teams associated with the Coca-Cola Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the Coca-Cola - Harry Potter/RIF partnerships.
Love has served in leadership and volunteer roles with the Metropolitan Atlanta Corporate Volunteerism Council, The Foundation Center - Atlanta, Independent Sector, AID Atlanta, Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, Hands On Atlanta, Georgia Trust, Atlanta Opera and Chastain Park Conservancy. She has facilitated a number of workshops on philanthropy and has been a guest lecturer at Georgia State University.
With a decade of experience in nonprofit management, Elizabeth Feichter is a skilled fundraiser, special event planner and project leader. As the Vice President of Corporate Community Outsourcing, she brings a track record of success in leading non-profit organizations in: developing and implementing major donor programs; managing high-level corporate partnerships; examining, creating and implementing annual and strategic plans; marketing, communications and public relations; hiring, managing and developing staff and volunteers. Her background encompasses extensive experience in financial and fundraising management, event production, and program development.
Most recently, Elizabeth Feichter served as the Director of Development for Hands On Atlanta. Under her leadership, the department grew into an eleven person team that fully supports the organization's fundraising and corporate volunteer involvement activities. In just five years, Elizabeth was responsible for increasing the organization's budget from under $5 million to nearing $8 million in fiscal year 2006. She also led the organization's $7.3 million capital campaign efforts to secure a permanent home.
Before serving as a senior management officer with Hands On Atlanta, Elizabeth worked for the Atlanta Outward Bound Center and the Atlanta Botanical Garden. She currently serves on the board of directors for Outward Bound and is actively involved in a variety of community organizations. Feichter is an active member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, serves regularly on development panels and has led a variety of fundraising, project management, board development, and strategic planning seminars.
John B. Hipp
Director, Consulting Services & Business Development
After 12 years with The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), John Hipp joins Corporate Community Outsourcing, as the Director of Consulting Services & Business Development.
Following a successful career in real estate development, Hipp pursued his passion for community by becoming a fundraiser and nonprofit leader. Hipp’s foray into the nonprofit sector began with stints as Development Director at Inner Harbor Hospitals and then at The Atlanta Outward Bound Center. Hipp expanded his experience by joining JDRF as the Executive Director of the Georgia Chapter and later as the National Director of Special Events Programming.
As JDRF’s National Director of Special Events Programming, Hipp directed the development of the organization’s first Special Events Department, which provided structure, training, technology and resource development to JDRF’s 80 chapters nationwide. Hipp provided direction on more than 200 fundraising events, including black-tie galas, golf tournaments and bike ride programs. Under his tutelage, the Special Events department grew JDRF’s event revenue from $32.6 million in 2000 to an impressive $75.7 million in 2007.
Hipp’s success with JDRF also includes a five-year term as Executive Director of the JDRF Georgia Chapter, during which the chapter was responsible for fundraising and capital campaign transfers of more than $9.1 million.
In addition to his professional contributions to the sector, Hipp has served on the boards of The Link Counseling Center, North Carolina Outward Bound Center, Georgia Center for Nonprofits and Summerbridge Atlanta. He currently is on the board of the JDRF Georgia Chapter and co-chairs the organization’s major gifts committee.