Vice President of Development, The Community Foundation of the Ozarks
Winter Kinne is the Vice President of Development overseeing the Community Foundation’s development and donor engagement activities which includes charitable estate planning, relationships with professional advisors, and teaching individuals, families and the community what a community foundation can do. She joined the CFO in June 2005 upon graduation from Drury University where she earned degrees in English and Writing. In August 2010, Kinne completed her Masters in Business Administration also from Drury University.
Originally from Mt. Vernon, Mo, Winter is currently a board member of The Doula Foundation and Community Blood Center of the Ozarks. She is also a member of the Greene County Estate Planning Council.
Kinne resides in Springfield, Mo, with her husband, Marshall, and two children, Walker and Kate.
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