Speaking in Work Culture: The Great Resignation and the Generational Divide at 9:45 am for the New Power Culture track.
Mr. Lipman leads a top team of diverse professionals, driving strategy and results while building a culture of philanthropy across all university stakeholders. His efforts have recharged the FIU Foundation, adding new programming in principal gifts, major gifts, and leadership annual giving, and expanding leadership volunteers, staff, and fundraising capacity to achieve new records in donor investments. Under his leadership, the Foundation’s net assets have increased from $176,974,182 in FY10 to $473,566,978 today, a total of 168%. Recent innovations in philanthropy include establishing the FIU Foundation Office of Inclusive Philanthropy, which will raise support for diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives at FIU and further diversify FIU’s donor base.
As chief architect of FIU’s present-day alumni program, Mr. Lipman recruited top professional talent to build out the program, expanded staff, and brought together alumni and other stakeholders to create the vision for a combined FIU Alumni Center, Conference Center, and Hotel. Mr. Lipman has significant experience at multiple universities in his long and successful career. His extensive background in health-related fundraising spans beyond FIU to Miller School of Medicine at University of Miami and Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at Ohio University. Mr. Lipman believes deeply in the mission of public higher education and the role it plays in lifting communities.