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Mr. Ron Imbach

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Director of Gift Planning

Volunteers of America
Local Address: Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Volunteers
441 Centre Street
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
United States

Company Description: For over 110 years, Volunteers of America has been a vital part of communities across the country, caring for the needs of those less fortunate. As one of the...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    Planned Giving for the Wesley Theological Seminary

Education

  • MBA , marketing and public policy
    George Washington University
  • undergraduate degree , accounting and economics
    Sherpherd University
  • MBA
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Web References
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Ron Imbach, MBA
Ron Imbach joined Thompson & Associates in 2013. Ron brings a strong knowledge of investments, real estate, and tax planning.
Ron's experience with charities and assisting institutions is broad. Ron began his work in the non-profit world as the Director of Planned Giving for the Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC in 1999. He served in that role for over five years and secured several million dollars in planned and major gifts for the seminary. Ron was also the National Director of Gift Planning at Volunteers of America for nearly five years. In that role, he helped local offices across the country to launch gift planning programs and secure planned gifts. Ron also served for over two and one-half years at VOA as the director of development, raising significant amounts in major gifts, corporate gifts, and Board giving campaigns.
More recently, Ron served as the Director of Major Gifts for an advocacy and research charity, and he led two nonprofits, a foundation and a children's rare disease charity, as the executive director. In both leadership roles, Ron implemented innovative fundraising initiatives, including social/cause marketing partnerships, mobile giving, and extensive use of social media and various online tools to communicate with stakeholders and build strong relationships.
Ron began working with nonprofits as a marketing and communications consultant in 1996, focusing primarily on churches and faith-based charities. He also has two years of experience as a licensed financial advisor with Legg Mason, where he focused on estate and retirement planning while raising and managing more than $4 million in assets. Finally, Ron was an accountant for four years and spent another four years in business development and sales. In those roles, he was a tax accountant for an international accounting firm and worked extensively with small businesses while helping to build a local management consulting firm.
Ron has an undergraduate degree in accounting and economics from Sherpherd University, and he completed his MBA with a concentration in marketing and public policy from George Washington University in 1995. Ron has specialized training in planned giving from William & Mary, R&R Newkirk, NCPG, and the Sharpe Companies. He is a gift planning professional with a strong reputation nationally, having published work in Planned Giving Today, and managed and drafted articles for two donor newsletters from 2000 - 2009.
Ron lives in Alexandria, VA with his teenage son and is active in his church and local charities.
To e-mail Ron, click here.
Stock Giving
www.voa.org, 22 Nov 2007 [cached]
Instead, notify your broker of your intention and contact Ron Imbach, Volunteers of America national office's director of planned giving, rimbach@voa.org.
FightSMA Names New Executive Director; Relocates Headquarters to Nation’s Capital
www.endgamepr.com, 1 Feb 2012 [cached]
(WASHINGTON, DC) - FightSMA, an international nonprofit organization created to strategically accelerate the search for a treatment and cure for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), has named Ron Imbach as its new Executive Director, effective Dec. 1, 2011.
Ron Imbach is replacing the current CEO and founder of FightSMA, Martha Slay, who guided the organization from its inception in 1991 until the present.
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Ron Imbach has worked in non-profit organizations in fundraising and leadership roles for the past twelve years, including: the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, Volunteers of America, and the Wesley Theological Seminary. Through Ron's leadership, expertise, and diligence, the charities he has served have benefitted greatly with major, planned, and corporate gifts totaling well over $100 million. He is also an accomplished speaker and trainer, speaking to audiences of 5000 or more and training hundreds of staff and other groups.
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"Ron's experience and track record of results have helped Ron become a visionary leader as well as a strong manager and motivator.
Prior to working with charities, Ron was a financial advisor with a major brokerage firm, focusing on retirement and estate planning while raising and managing several million dollars in assets. He was also a business development executive and worked in management positions in accounting and consulting in the private sector. He has also owned and operated his own business.
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"We are also extremely excited to have Ron Imbach joining FightSMA as Executive Director. His vast experience in the nonprofit and business sectors will benefit FightSMA greatly and make him a great leader of our organization. Ron is very passionate about FightSMA and will challenge each of us to have our legacy be finding a treatment or cure for SMA."
Ron was very active and excelled academically while completing his MBA at George Washington University with a concentration in marketing and public policy and his undergraduate studies at Shepherd University, majoring in accounting and economics.
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www.health-newswire.net, 22 Jan 2012 [cached]
(EMAILWIRE.COM, January 18, 2012 ) (WASHINGTON, DC) - FightSMA, an international nonprofit organization created to strategically accelerate the search for a treatment and cure for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), has named Ron Imbach as its new Executive Director, effective Dec. 1, 2011.
Ron Imbach is replacing the current CEO and founder of FightSMA, Martha Slay, who guided the organization from its inception in 1991 until the present.
...
Ron Imbach has worked in non-profit organizations in fundraising and leadership roles for the past twelve years, including: the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, Volunteers of America, and the Wesley Theological Seminary. Through Ron's leadership, expertise, and diligence, the charities he has served have benefitted greatly with major, planned, and corporate gifts totaling well over $100 million. He is also an accomplished speaker and trainer, speaking to audiences of 5000 or more and training hundreds of staff and other groups.
...
"Ron's experience and track record of results have helped Ron become a visionary leader as well as a strong manager and motivator.
Prior to working with charities, Ron was a financial advisor with a major brokerage firm, focusing on retirement and estate planning while raising and managing several million dollars in assets. He was also a business development executive and worked in management positions in accounting and consulting in the private sector. He has also owned and operated his own business.
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"We are also extremely excited to have Ron Imbach joining FightSMA as Executive Director. His vast experience in the nonprofit and business sectors will benefit FightSMA greatly and make him a great leader of our organization. Ron is very passionate about FightSMA and will challenge each of us to have our legacy be finding a treatment or cure for SMA."
Ron was very active and excelled academically while completing his MBA at George Washington University with a concentration in marketing and public policy and his undergraduate studies at Shepherd University, majoring in accounting and economics.
fightsma | Social Media PR Blog from EndGame Public Relations
www.endgamepr.com, 20 July 2012 [cached]
(WASHINGTON, DC) - FightSMA, an international nonprofit organization created to strategically accelerate the search for a treatment and cure for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), has named Ron Imbach as its new Executive Director, effective Dec. 1, 2011.
Ron Imbach is replacing the current CEO and founder of FightSMA, Martha Slay, who guided the organization from its inception in 1991 until the present.
...
Ron Imbach has worked in non-profit organizations in fundraising and leadership roles for the past twelve years, including: the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, Volunteers of America, and the Wesley Theological Seminary. Through Ron's leadership, expertise, and diligence, the charities he has served have benefitted greatly with major, planned, and corporate gifts totaling well over $100 million. He is also an accomplished speaker and trainer, speaking to audiences of 5000 or more and training hundreds of staff and other groups.
...
"Ron's experience and track record of results have helped Ron become a visionary leader as well as a strong manager and motivator.
Prior to working with charities, Ron was a financial advisor with a major brokerage firm, focusing on retirement and estate planning while raising and managing several million dollars in assets. He was also a business development executive and worked in management positions in accounting and consulting in the private sector. He has also owned and operated his own business.
...
"We are also extremely excited to have Ron Imbach joining FightSMA as Executive Director. His vast experience in the nonprofit and business sectors will benefit FightSMA greatly and make him a great leader of our organization. Ron is very passionate about FightSMA and will challenge each of us to have our legacy be finding a treatment or cure for SMA."
Ron was very active and excelled academically while completing his MBA at George Washington University with a concentration in marketing and public policy and his undergraduate studies at Shepherd University, majoring in accounting and economics.
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