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Baptist Health names Kimberly Jones as Senior Vice President, Chief Philanthropy Officer of Baptist Health Foundation Jones brings 20+ years of philanthropic experience in the non-profit sector.

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Baptist Health

09-06-22

Jacksonville, Fla., September 6, 2022Kimberly M. Jones, MBA, has been promoted to Senior Vice President and Chief Philanthropy Officer of the Baptist Health Foundation. Jones is succeeding Michael D. Aubin, Baptist Health’s current Chief Philanthropy Officer, who will retire on October 3, 2022. Image Jones joined the Baptist Health Foundation in May 2022 as the Associate Chief Philanthropy Officer, bringing more than two decades of experience in philanthropy and donor engagement in the non-profit sector. Deeply rooted in the First Coast community, Jones previously served as the Chief Development Officer for UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville and Assistant Vice President for UF Health Jacksonville where she was responsible for all fundraising, engagement and development strategies and efforts across the continuum of donors. Before that, she held successive leadership positions at Jacksonville University (JU), where she successfully completed a $120 million comprehensive fundraising campaign in collaboration with trustees, alumni, friends and faculty. Prior to JU, she was the Director of Community Engagement at Feeding Northeast Florida. “Kimberly believes that philanthropy plays a vital role in fueling the growth and innovation required to improve the health and well-being of our community,” said Michael A. Mayo, DHA, FACHE, President and CEO of Baptist Health. “She is a mission-driven leader with a gift for building and sustaining relationships. I know she is looking forward to working with our generous donors to Baptist Health and Wolfson Children’s Hospital.” Jones is active in numerous community organizations, including World Affairs Council, The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida and St. Paul’s Catholic Church. She is immediate past chair of The Discovery School Board, and a member of Leadership Jacksonville’s class of 2022. She attended the University of Florida where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and received her Master of Business Administration from the University of North Florida. ### About Baptist Health
Baptist Health is a faith-based, mission-driven system in Northeast Florida comprised of Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville; Baptist Medical Center Beaches; Baptist Medical Center Nassau; Baptist Medical Center South and Wolfson Children’s Hospital – the region’s only children’s hospital. All Baptist Health hospitals have achieved Magnet™ status for excellence in patient care. Baptist Health is part of Coastal Community Health, a highly integrated regional hospital network focused on significant initiatives designed to enhance the quality and value of care provided to our contiguous communities. Baptist Health has the area’s only dedicated heart hospital; orthopedic institute; women’s services; neurological institute, including comprehensive neurosurgical services, a comprehensive stroke center and two primary stroke centers; a Bariatric Center of Excellence; a full range of psychology and psychiatry services; urgent care services; primary and specialty care physicians’ offices throughout Northeast Florida; and Baptist Home Health Care by BAYADA. The Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center is a regional destination for multidisciplinary cancer care, which is clinically integrated with the MD Anderson Cancer Center, the internationally renowned cancer treatment and research institution in Houston. For more details, visit baptistjax.com.
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