Director of Operations and Training
Roxanne Medina-Fulcher brings a diverse background in facilitation, community organization, program development, community indicator development, poverty law and nonprofit management experience. Roxanne, a founding partner in the development of Community Issues Management (CIM), integrates her understanding and experience in decision support technologies to provide facilitated tool design and training expertise to organizations, networks and communities seeking to use similar technologies to enhance their work.
Roxanne most recently served as Senior Vice President of Community Building at Trident United Way, a nonprofit organization dedicated to solving the problems facing individuals and families in South Carolina's Low Country. In that role, Roxanne provided strategic direction and oversaw the development and implementation of the United Way’s Community Investment Process and guided community and program data collection for decision support and to demonstrate Trident United Way’s impact on the Charleston community. Roxanne has worked with United Way organizations since January 2004 having also served as Regional Director of Community Investment Strategies, United Way for Southeastern Michigan in Detroit, Michigan.
Prior to joining United Way, as Director of Programs for the Women’s Philanthropy Institute, Roxanne provided program development and training to enhance women’s giving around the country. Roxanne also practiced poverty law in Detroit MI at Legal Aid and Defender Association where she held the position of managing attorney. Roxanne received a Juris Doctor from Michigan State University College of Law and her Bachelors of Science in Political Science/Economics from Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan.