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  1. The Ohio State UniversityCollege of Medicine OSU Medical Center Development Alumni Board Meeting September 11, 2011

  2. Today’s Presentation • FY2010-11 Results • FY2011-12 Goals • Campaign Plan Update • Development Leadership Additions

  3. Vision “Build and sustain life-long relationships to generate resources to improve people’s lives and achieve the strategic goals of the Medical Center and University”

  4. University Attainment 2006 – 2011 4

  5. Limited, Wexner Donate $100 Million to Ohio State University Feb 16, 2011 Leslie Wexner, chairman and chief executive officer of Limited Brands Inc., and his company’s foundation will give $100 million to Ohio State University, the largest gift in the school’s history. Wexner, the chairman of the university’s board, pledged $65 million, and the foundation will give $35 million, the university in Columbus said today in a statement on its website. Wexner, 73, graduated with a degree in business administration from Ohio State in 1959, the university said. Four years later, he opened his first clothing store in Columbus, where Limited Brands is still based. The company, which owns the Victoria’s Secret chain, had sales of $8.63 billion in the year ended Jan. 30, 2010. Wexner and the Limited Foundation have donated, raised or pledged almost $200 million for Ohio State, the university said. “But for Ohio State, I would never have been able to go to college,” Wexner said in the statement. I love Ohio State and all the good it does.” Founded in 1870, Ohio State has 64,077 students. Graduates include Ohio Governor John Kasich and Archie Griffin, a former football player who is the only two-time Heisman Memorial Trophy Award winner. The majority of the donation will go to the academic medical center, the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. Money will also go to the Wexner Center for the Arts and other purposes, the school said.

  6. OSUMC Attainment 2006 – 2011 6

  7. OSUMC Gift Type

  8. OSUMC Sub Category

  9. OSUMC Donor Count

  10. OSUMC Endowments Dr. Hagop Mekhjian Medical Ethics and Professionalism Chair Dr. E. Thomas Boles, Jr. Pediatric Surgery Chair Mr. George Skestos, Sr. Urology Chair

  11. COM Attainment Results 11

  12. COM Donor Count 12

  13. Ohio State University Campaign Timeline Ohio State University campaign target: $2.5 billion Medical Center campaign target: $1 billion

  14. Ohio State University Campaign Goals Figures of subcategories are approximate – for visual purposes only. Total: $2.5 Billion

  15. Place Students First - $85 million • $85,000,000 • 8.5% of Goal • Seek funding for: • COM and SAMP scholarships • Advancement of the MD/PhD program • Academic enrichment funds • Visiting scholars and Internships • Resident and Fellows support • Global Medicine programs, international experiences and summer programs • Employee training and education

  16. Elevate Faculty and Academic Excellence - $250 million • $250,000,000 • 25% of Goal Seek funding to: • Attract and retain the best minds in medicine and science • New and existing endowed chairs • New professorships, fellowships, resident support funds • Establish new lectures and distinguished visitor funds • Create faculty advancement funds

  17. Create Modern Learning Environments - $150 million • $150,000,000 • 15% of Goal Seek funding for the Medical Center Campus Master Plan • New patient beds and improvements providing optimum setting for healing and patient care • New/additional research laboratory space • Cancer and Critical Care (current expansion project) • COM and SAMP education spaces • Heart and Vascular • Neuroscience • Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine • Transplant • Urology • Women’s Health

  18. Embolden the Research Agenda – $350 million • $350,000,000 • 35% of Goal Drive philanthropic investment into: • Basic science and clinical research • Tests of new technologies and devices • Personalized healthcare research • Discovery • Key research programs: Human Genetics, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Behavioral Medicine, and Experimental Therapeutics

  19. Drive High Impact Innovation – $165 million • $165,000,000 • 16.5% of Goal Drive philanthropic investment to: • OSUMC Community Health partnerships • Modern technology for patients and visitors • Collaborations and trans-institutional objectives • Unrestricted funds • P4 Medicine initiatives

  20. OSU CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP OSU Board of Trustees OSU Foundation Board OSU Campaign Steering Committee OSU Campaign Coordinating Committee OSU Medical Center Campaign Leadership Committee 20

  21. OSU Medical Center Campaign Leadership Committee Steven Davis CEO, Bob Evans Michael Gasser CEO, Greif, Inc. OSU Medical Center Campaign Honorary Chairs TBD OSU Medical Center Campaign Pacesetter Committee TBD Critical Care Chair: TBD Imaging Chair: TDB Cancer Chair: Cynthia Hilsheimer Neurosciences Chairs: Stanley and Jodi Ross Heart Chair: Cherie Lucks Transplant Chair: TBD Family Medicine Chair: TBD Microbial Infection and Immunity Chair: TBD College of Medicine Chair: John Melvin, MD Endocrinology Chair: Richard D. Hall Integrative Medicine Chair: TBD OB/Gyn Chair: TBD Ophthalmology Chair: TBD Orthopaedics Chair: TBD Otolaryngology Chair: TBD Plastic Surgery Chair: TBD Sports Medicine Chair: TBD Women’s Health Chair: TBD Urology Chair: TBD Shaded boxes indicate leadership is unconfirmed. Bold denotes Signature Program. 21

  22. Development Leadership Additions • Sue Frost • Assistant Vice President, Health Science Colleges of Development • Promotion: June 10, 2011 • Responsible for seven Health Science Colleges • Carla Willis • Assistant Vice President, Medical Center Development • Start Date: May 2, 2011 • Previous Position • VP of University Relations and Executive Director of the Florida A&M University Foundation • Rachel Weiss-Berger • Senior Director of Donor Outreach & Operations • Start Date: October 3, 2011 • Previous Positions • Director, Global Day of Jewish Learning Director of Gift Planning, Columbia University • Medical Center • Elaine Pierce • Director of Grateful Patients & Leadership Volunteers • Start Date: September 6, 2011 • Previous Position • Director, Development Communications, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation

  23. Key Factors to OUR Success • Strong Development Staff and Solid TEAMwork • Recruit Strong External Partners • Identify and CultivateGrateful Patients • Engage Physician Partners • Increase Base of Support (Pipeline) • LeverageCorporate & Foundation Relationships • Strategic Messaging and Communication Plan 23