Bill Littlejohn is one of the nation's leading healthcare philanthropy professionals with more than three decades of experience. He has led & directed philanthropic programs that have generated more than half a billion dollars. He is a 1980 graduate from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. He is also a past chairperson of the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy.
In this episode, Penny Cowden talks with Bill Littlejohn about the role of metrics in creating and sustaining successful philanthropic programs. They discuss the evolution of metrics in philanthropy, how to balance leadership objectives and goals with metrics, and how to effectively use metrics to build authentic and lasting donor relationships.