Jen Wasem serves as Chief Development Officer for the NCPTF.
With over 16 years of dynamic leadership in the nonprofit sector, Jen Wasem has distinguished herself as an expert in strategic philanthropy and brand marketing. Her exemplary achievements include raising more than $100 million for philanthropic endeavors and spearheading pivotal partnerships with Fortune 500 companies. Jen's profound insight into donor stewardship, combined with her innovative approach to peer-to-peer fundraising, has led to substantial growth in nonprofit revenue and enhanced donor engagement.
Beyond her professional commitments, Jen cherishes time with family and friends, is an avid traveler, reader, and confesses to an unyielding love for coffee and diet coke. A graduate in Communications from John Brown University, Jen's volunteer spirit shines through her active roles in organizations such as the Children's Oncology Camping Association, Boys and Girls Club of America, and the United Way.
With an unwavering commitment to philanthropic excellence and relationship-building, Jen Wasem stands as an invaluable pillar to the NCPTF. Her dedication to the core values and mission of the organization, combined with her rich experience in strategic philanthropy and brand marketing, guarantees that the National Child Protection Task Force remains at the forefront of raising awareness, nurturing stakeholder relationships, and safeguarding the futures of vulnerable people.