Today, Shatterproof announced that it will significantly expand its development team with two senior hires.
NEW YORK, NY – Today, Shatterproof announced that it will significantly expand its development team with two senior hires. Tina Johann and Kim Rasmussen join Shatterproof from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where they served as Senior Vice President of Development and Senior Associate Director of Development, respectively. They will work to bolster Shatterproof’s fundraising and partnership efforts, providing much-needed resources to stem the addiction epidemic and support treatment based on proven science.
“We are thrilled to have Tina and Kim join the team and lead our development efforts” said Gary Mendell, founder and CEO of Shatterproof. “They both have a wealth of experience in fundraising and donor expansion, successfully building highly productive development operations with diverse and dependable funding sources. Their remarkable work at the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital shows that they will be able to secure funds that help enhance Shatterproof’s impact and ensure every American has access to the high-quality prevention and treatment programs for addiction.”
In her role as Chief Development Officer, Tina will lead Shatterproof’s fundraising efforts by creating and implementing strategies that help ensure the growth and sustainability of its programs and advocacy efforts. Tina has more than 30 years of experience in the nonprofit arena. At Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, she led medical specialty major gifts fundraising and oversaw planned giving. She has also held development positions at the Autry National Center, Children’s Bureau of Southern California, and the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Red Cross. Tina received her bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University and Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University.
Kim will support Shatterproof as the Director of Development, focusing on increasing individual, corporate and foundation support. Prior to Shatterproof, Kim held various positions in development, nonprofit communications and education. She began her career as communications coordinator for Habitat for Humanity in New York City, and spent several years working to address the achievement gap in Nashville. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Oregon State University, a Master of Arts from Belmont University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Dakota.
is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the devastation the disease of addiction causes families. Shatterproof works to end the stigma and foster a community of support, providing evidence-based resources to support prevention, treatment and recovery. Shatterproof advocates for changes in policy at the federal and state level and supports the development and implementation of evidence-based solutions for substance use disorders.