Chief Operating Officer, Foundations
Senior Vice President of Philanthropy and Mission Impact
National Church Residences
Jeff Wolf is the Chief Operating Officer/Foundations and Senior Vice President of Philanthropy and Mission Impact at National Church Residences. He joined the organization in July 2010, bringing with him 25 years of fundraising experience working with non-profits.
Wolf’s role with National Church Residences is to establish and maintain a comprehensive donor-centered, long-range fundraising program to support the organization’s nationwide mission to provide quality housing and health care services for low- and moderate-income seniors, families, adults and persons with disabilities. He also works to guide the organization’s Mission through external affairs and strategic initiatives.
Prior to his joining National Church Residences, Wolf served for nine years as the President of The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC), a non-profit organization that supports its 34 member private liberal arts colleges through fundraising and collaborative programming. Before his tenure at OFIC, Wolf served as Vice President of the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Wolf is a 1984 graduate of Bowling Green State University, in Bowling Green, Ohio, and earned a Master of Science in Management from Mount Vernon Nazarene University, in Mount Vernon, Ohio. In addition to his involvement with national higher education organizations, he is currently a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and dedicates time to his community and his church.
A native of Akron, Wolf resides in Hilliard with his wife, Susan, and their daughter.