With more than eight years of non-profit experience, Mike brings just the right mix of talent and knowledge to lead the foundation
Oklahoma City, OK (Vocus) June 8, 2010
Oklahoma Foundation for Orthopedic Health recently appointed Mike Edmison to serve as its director.
As foundation director, Edmison will oversee day-to-day operations including overall strategic planning and development, creation of a board of directors, coordinating fundraising efforts, community relations and financial management of donations.
“With more than eight years of non-profit experience, Mike brings just the right mix of talent and knowledge to lead the foundation,” said Dr. Houshang Seradge, orthopedic surgeon and founder of Oklahoma Foundation for Orthopedic Health. “Mike has a strong vision for growing the foundation and expanding community outreach efforts. We are pleased he has joined the team.”
Edmison most recently served as the creative director for St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City. In that role, Edmison was responsible for presenting the mission of St. Luke’s to the community by planning, developing and executing a weekly program to large groups with an emphasis on recruitment and retention of volunteers, donors and staff to reach its mission.
Edmison is a graduate of Oklahoma City University where he received a Bachelor of Arts in religion with an emphasis in religious education.
About Oklahoma Foundation for Orthopedic Health
The Oklahoma Foundation for Orthopedic Health (OFOH) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 1996. OFOH promotes a higher standard of care through innovative research, education and treatments focusing on orthopedic and arthritis care. OFOH is dedicated to developing a higher standard of patient care in the medical community by creating an expanded interest in and understanding of medicine and specialty areas as well as providing continuing medical education opportunities for health professionals.
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