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Michael P. Hoffman

Chairman, Changing Our World, Inc.

Mike Hoffman is chairman of Changing Our World, a company he co-founded nearly two decades ago. Changing Our World was the first philanthropic services firm to provide fundraising, management and corporate social engagement strategy to nonprofits and corporations alike, and the first fundraising consultancy to become part of the Omnicom Group.

As an expert in philanthropy, Mike has provided strategic guidance to the world’s leading nonprofit organizations, philanthropies and corporations in organizational development, fundraising, branding and corporate social engagement. Among his clients are: Ascension Global Mission; the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; The Case Foundation; Christian Blind Mission International; Cordaid; the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; the Scalabrini International Migration Network; and Synergos. Corporate clients have included Bally and Harry Winston.

Prior to founding Changing Our World, Mike was executive vice president of external affairs for the Franciscan Health Partnership, Inc., an international Catholic healthcare system with assets over $1.1 billion, and the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor Foundation, Inc., a multimillion-dollar international healthcare foundation.

Mike has served as a trustee of the College of Mount St Vincent, the Catholic University of America and was past board chair of the Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation. He has also served as board member of the Ursuline School, the Cabrini Housing Development Corporation and the Cabrini Eldercare Consortium. He currently serves on the board of The END Fund, the development committee of The Culinary Institute of America and is chairman of the board of advisors for Seeds of Africa in Ethiopia. He is president and CEO of The Hoffman Brothers Foundation.

Mike is a past president of the West Point Society of New York, and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is a graduate of West Point and holds masters’ degrees in human relations from Webster University and aviation management from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Mike and his
wife, Maggie, have three children: Siobhan, Michael and Shannon.