L. Patrick Reedy, CFRE

Patrick Reedy is the Chief Development Officer for Shatterproof. He leads fundraising and development activities to enhance Shatterproof’s financial resources, visibility and impact.  

Prior to joining Shatterproof, Patrick has served in leadership roles at several highly respected medical centers and national healthcare nonprofits. He has established a record of success across all development functions, with expertise in major gifts and board development. 

Patrick has proven experience in helping organizations of various sizes to amplify the impact of their mission by analyzing data to develop strategy, implementing systems to drive efficiency and growth, and mobilizing both staff volunteer resources to support a relationship-based revenue model.

Patrick served as Region Lead (Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky) and Executive Director (Illinois) for the Alzheimer’s Association from 2018 to 2020.  He served as National Vice President, Leadership Giving for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) from 2015 to 2018.  Prior to assuming this role, Patrick started with JDRF as the Executive Director of the Illinois chapter in 2008.  In 2011, he was promoted to the role of Regional Director for the Upper Midwest region while retaining the role of Executive Director for the Illinois chapter. 

Patrick has also held various fundraising positions over the course of his career at highly respected academic medical centers, including Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital and NorthShore University HealthSystem.  His responsibilities have included major gifts, annual gifts, corporate gifts, board and volunteer management and campaign management.  

Throughout his career, Patrick and the teams he has led have raised more than $360 million for the nonprofit organizations he has served. 

Patrick attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree and double majored in Finance and Business Administration and he is a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE).

September 2021

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