Chad Warren

St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation

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Chad Warren is the President and Chief Philanthropy Officer for St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation in Henderson, Nevada.

With over two decades of experience as a senior leader in philanthropy, marketing, advocacy, and consulting expertise, Chad is an expert in maximizing donor engagement and meeting goals with the best use of resources.  Chad joins the St. Rose team after years of service as a Vice President and Senior Consultant for Ruffalo Noel Levitz (RNL).  Before RNL, he served as Senior Associate Vice President for Alumni Engagement, Annual Giving, and Career Services at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the Executive Director of the UNLV Alumni Association.  

Prior to UNLV, Chad served as Assistant Vice President at The Ohio State University, Executive Director for University Outreach and Engagement at the University of Dayton in Ohio, and Director of Annual Giving at Florida State University.

Chad has also served as a highly-rated volunteer presenter at numerous conferences, including AFP, AMA, CASE, and AGB. He has also served on conference committees and as faculty.

Chad’s undergraduate degree is from the University of Dayton in Ohio, and he received an MBA from Saint Leo University in Florida.  He completed his doctor of public policy degree at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with his research in coordinating strategic revenue and “advocacy” philanthropy for the benefit of higher education and non-profit organizations.  

Chad is happily married with three dogs and enjoys attending concerts and traveling the world in his free time.  A self-proclaimed Christian to his core, Chad will bring integrity, honesty, and strong moral principles to St. Rose.

Quote from Chad:

“Philanthropy is derived from the Greek, ‘for the love of mankind,’ and is about a desire to promote the welfare of others. That means more than just giving. In our profession, we are responsible for more than just fundraising; engagement and volunteerism are part of philanthropy and increase the joy of giving.”