Marilyn E. Perryman
Director of Development and Marketing
Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity, Santa Fe, New Mexico 2010-2018
Responsible for individual, corporate and foundation resource development, and manage the marketing and outreach for both the Habitat affiliate office and the ReStore.
Director of Development and Marketing
Women's Health Services - Santa Fe, New Mexico 2005–2009
Developed and managed the first marketing and development department of a non- profit health and family care clinic. Served as the public information and community relations representative and developed partnerships with the community and the private sector.
Vice President of Development
United Way of Santa Fe County -- Santa Fe, New Mexico 2001–2004
Managed the resource development and volunteer activities, including corporate sponsorships, the workplace giving campaign, leadership and planned giving, and coordinated and promoted the Annual July 4th Pancakes on the Plaza.
Director of Marketing
Washington Center for the Performing Arts - Olympia, Washington 1998–2000
Promoted and coordinated the marketing activities for national and international performances for a 1,000-seat performing arts facility.
Director of Development
Washington Academy of Family Physicians Foundation - Olympia, Washington 1996 - 1998
Directed the philanthropic component of The Washington Academy of Family Physicians, a professional association of family physicians throughout the state of Washington.
Fenix International, Principal - Stockholm, Sweden 1991-1996
Nonprofit consultant throughout Sweden, U.K. and Europe, providing consultation and workshops on board development, volunteer management and fund development. Developed the first Ronald McDonald House Volunteer program for Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden.
Vice President, Volunteer Services
United Way of San Diego County - San Diego, California 1988-1991
Administered the Volunteer Center for San Diego County, a volunteer clearinghouse that served a population of 2.5 million and referred volunteers to over 500 nonprofit organizations.
Volunteer Center of Albuquerque - Albuquerque, New Mexico 1984-1988
Established and managed the first Volunteer Center in Albuquerque, sponsored by the Junior League, and later led the merger of the Volunteer Center with the United Way in Albuquerque.
Community Relations Director
University of New Mexico Hospital - Albuquerque, New Mexico 1982–1984
Directed and coordinated the first New Mexico Children’s Miracle Network Telethon with KOB-TV.
Director, Volunteer Support Services - Houston Community College - Houston, Texas 1976 - 1980
Directed the volunteer programs for the Adult and Continuing Education and English as a Second language programs.
- B.S., Psychology & Sociology, 1976, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN
- Nonprofit Management Certification, 1984 Robert O. Anderson, Graduate School of Management,
- Nonprofit Management Certification, 1990, University of California, Berkeley, CA
Community Involvement in Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Rotary Club Pancakes on the Plaza, Committee Member and Entertainment Chair – 16 years.
- Santa Fe County Emergency Food & Shelter Program – Board Member - Current
- Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, Chair, Membership Services Committee - Past
- Economic Development - Leadership Santa Fe, Renewal Committee 2004
- Kitchen Angels, Delivery Volunteer 2001 to 2010
Past Board Memberships
- New Mexico Office of the Governor, Office of Volunteer Services, Advisory Board
- National Voluntary Action Center, Washington, D.C. – Western Region Advisory Board Member
- Office of the Governor, California Association of Volunteer Centers, Board
- Ronald McDonald House, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Board of Directors
- Governor’s Commission on Volunteer Service, State of Texas, Advisory Board
- Voluntary Action Center, Houston, Texas – Advisory Board
- Houston Area Women’s Center, Houston, Texas - Board of Directors
- Recipient of the 1993 National Helping Hand Award, McDonalds Corporation of Sweden for the
establishment and coordination of the first volunteer program for the newly established Ronald
McDonald House for Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden
- Volunteer of the Year 2003, Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, Santa Fe, New Mexico