Texas Heart Institute Welcomes Julie Voss, Vice President of Development
HOUSTON (Aug 3, 2022) — Texas Heart Institute proudly welcomes Julie Voss, CFRE to its senior leadership team. A seasoned nonprofit executive with more than 25 years of experience, Voss brings significant expertise to THI with a proven track record in fundraising, board development, and team management.
“Julie has proven success working collaboratively with internal and external partners to support organizational strategic objectives, and we are honored to have her join our team to help us advance our mission,” said Dr. Joseph G. Rogers, CEO and President of the Texas Heart Institute.
With a Bachelor of Business Administration from The University of Texas at Austin and a Masters in Nonprofit Management from the University of Houston Downtown, Julie has dedicated her talents to advancing vital health organizations across the region, including serving as Vice President for the American Heart Association early in her career.
Most recently, Voss served as the Regional Vice President for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, where she oversaw all philanthropic activities across a five-state region. Prior to Komen, Voss worked for more than a decade at Memorial Hermann Foundation where she served as Vice President and successfully completed two philanthropic campaigns totaling $140 million.
“I am thrilled to join the THI team at such an exciting time! As the Institute celebrates its 60th anniversary, I look forward to supporting the next firsts in pioneering research, exceptional education and extraordinary patient care,” said Voss.
Julie Voss can be contacted at 832-355-9812 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT TEXAS HEART INSTITUTE (THI)
Texas Heart Institute, founded by world-renowned cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Denton A. Cooley in 1962, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to delivering the future of cardiovascular health through exceptional patient care, discovery, and a commitment to learning. Participating in cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, stem cell, gene therapy, and regenerative medicine research programs, the Institute’s scientists and physicians spearhead some of the most innovative medical research in the medical field. Texas Heart Institute continues to uncover underlying causes of heart disease and the ways to treat better and even prevent it through translational, basic, and clinical research programs. With initiatives ranging from postdoctoral and continued medical education to public outreach and scientific publications, Texas Heart Institute is dedicated to spreading awareness and sharing updates on ways to prevent, treat, and defeat the cardiovascular disease. As a global leader in cardiac patient care, Texas Heart Institute has been ranked among the top cardiovascular centers in the United States by U.S. News & World Report for 32 years. Learn More Texasheart.org
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