Michael J. Mirto named V.P. of Philanthropic Services for the Community Found. for SE Mich

DETROIT – The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan has named Michael J. Mirto as its new vice president of Philanthropic Services. Mirto currently serves as associate vice president of Individual Giving at Wayne State University.

“We are thrilled to welcome Michael to the Community Foundation,” said Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan President Mariam C. Noland. “His passion for philanthropy and expertise in fundraising, in addition to his ability to help donors make a difference in their communities, will strengthen the region and the Community Foundation.”

Mirto will start at the Community Foundation on September 4. He brings extensive fundraising experience to the role, including more than 18 years of progressively impactful community development, philanthropic and nonprofit management experience. In his most recent role, he served on the Wayne State University Vice President’s leadership team for the Division of Development and Alumni Affairs. He was a key leader in the University’s first two comprehensive campaigns, the first of which greatly exceed its $500 million goal in 2009.

Mirto has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies and Applications from Michigan State University and a Master of Instructional Technology from Wayne State University.

Giving back to the community is important to Mirto. He has served as a volunteer on the HOPE Fund Committee of the Community Foundation for the past 11 years.





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