Mitchell Stoller

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"Mitch is a veteran nonprofit executive with over 26 years of experience. Mitch has led a number of impressive organizations including Safe Kids Worldwide and The Marrow Foundation, where he provided the strategic vision and leadership necessary to strengthen the fundraising and recruitment potential of The National Marrow Donor Program, which maintains a registry of more than six million volunteers. Mitch also has served as the president and chief executive officer of the LIVESTRONG Foundation, where he was responsible for leading one of the fastest growing nonprofit organizations in the field of cancer survivorship. Among other things, Mitch implemented a paradigm-changing program in the nonprofit world by introducing the LIVESTRONG wristband campaign. In his role as president and chief executive officer of the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation, Mitch dramatically increased the funding and created the Dana and Christopher Reeve Quality of Life program, which has invested millions to the disability community every year. Mitch has a Bachelor of Science degree from Frostburg State University and a Master of Arts degree in philanthropy and development from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. He serves on the board of directors of the LIVESTRONG Foundation and The Players Development Academy. He has been married to Sheri for 30 years and has two daughters, Betsy and Lauren." [1]


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  1. Livestrong Foundation Board, organizational web page, accessed July 10, 2013.