Who We Are
Director of Development
Born and raised in Aliquippa, PA, Jennifer graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2000. She went on to work in the Development Offices of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh before moving to New York City in 2002. Once there, Jennifer worked at a variety of nonprofit organizations including North General Hospital in Harlem, where she was Director of Development, and Project Renewal, as Director of Individual Giving. Later she became Project Manager at Bee Season Consulting, a New York City-based Fundraising and Event Planning Consultant. There, she helped manage and produce successful events and fundraising campaigns for over 15 years, working with clients including the Metropolitan Black Bar Association, Mount Sinai Hospital, One Hundred Black Men, Inc. of New York, and more. Jennifer moved back to Pittsburgh in 2011 and continued working for Bee Season Consulting while also serving as an event planner for a number of Pittsburgh and Ohio-based nonprofits including PICT Classic Theatre. Jennifer joined the Woodland Hills Foundation in December of 2018 as a part-time Development Assistant and was promoted to Director of Development in June 2020.
This summer, the Foundation was awarded a partnership with PULSE (Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience). A non-profit organization based in Pittsburgh, PULSE invites talented university graduates to partner with Pittsburgh nonprofits for one year of service and leadership. PULSE fellows serve with a Pittsburgh non-profit, live in an intentional community with other fellows, and grow as leaders through ongoing training and development. The Foundation is pleased to welcome Callie Robinson as our Fellow. A graduate of The College of William & Mary, Callie Robinson majored in Government and minored in History. During college, Callie was involved in William & Mary Residence Life as a Resident Assistant for freshman students. She also studied abroad in Paris for four months studying French politics, fashion, and language. She is passionate about public transportation, equitable food systems, environmental sustainability, and urban sociology. Her hobbies include running, reading, and cooking. Callie is a member of PULSE's East End cohort and is serving with Woodland Hills Foundation as Development Assistant.