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Philanthropic Services Team

Jeffrey A. Swanson, CSPG
Vice President, Philanthropic Services
949.553.4202 ext. 39

As vice president of philanthropic services, Jeff Swanson serves as a valuable resource to donors, professional advisors, and nonprofits throughout Orange County. Jeff helps facilitate strategic and effective giving that brings reward and satisfaction to donors and vital support to local nonprofits through both current and planned gifts. Jeff is the former associate vice president of development at Cal Poly Pomona and over the last 15 years has served the Southern California nonprofit community.  He earned a B.A. degree in history from Loma Linda University, an M.A. in education and administration from La Sierra University, and is a Certified Specialist in Planned Giving.

Lisa Calvino
Philanthropic Services Officer
949.553.4202 ext. 42

Lisa Calvino is responsible for supporting all aspects of the Foundation's donor-advised fund development and philanthropic services in the community. Prior to joining the Foundation in December 2011, Lisa served on the major gift team at CHOC Children's Foundation, where she worked closely with donors and support committees. She also oversaw all aspects of resident services for Millennium Housing's communities, serving as a liaison between residents and various community resources. Lisa is a graduate of University of California, San Diego, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in human development with a minor in teacher education.

Liane Jackson
Philanthropic Services Assistant
949.553.4202 ext. 21

Liane Jackson is responsible for providing support to Orange County Community Foundation's Philanthropic Services department. She started with the foundation in November 2009 as the Administrative Assistant; she also brings four years of Administrative Assistance with her previously having worked for Financial Advisors in Cypress, California. She is currently working on completing coursework in Sign Interpretation and Communications at Saddleback College.