Jodi Orgill Brown lives and leads with power, inspiration, and authenticity. During 20 years as a CFRE-certified nonprofit executive, she raised and managed millions of dollars, and more importantly, built solid relationships, and established links between critical organizational needs and donor interests. Jodi lives her motto that every interaction is an opportunity to change a life.
While living her white picket-fence life, raising a young family, and directing a human services charity, Jodi’s life changed when she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Fifteen surgeries and dozens of complications over 12 years have given her a new, intimate understanding of both the receiving and giving sides of life.
Through her keynote speeches, award-winning books, and coaching, Jodi strengthens organizations by empowering individuals. She specializes in helping people build systems to increase their capability to thrive amidst stressors and lead at any organizational level.
She earned a master’s degree in Organizational Communication, a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), and an award-winning author.
Jodi has lived on both U.S. coasts, studied in the Middle East, and traveled extensively, but believes any community is home when you love the people around you. She met her husband, Tolan, while living in Israel, and they settled in Utah, where they are raising four children.
What can Jodi do for your company?
“Every once in a while, we encounter an individual who changes us, powerfully, and permanently. Jodi Orgill Brown is that person. Her perspective, perseverance, resilience, and teaching principles are inspiring.”
— Shawn Moon, CEO, Zerorez
“Jodi takes an audience in the palms of her hands as she shares stories of trial and triumph, along with real-life tips, to find greater purpose, hope, and motivation to grow every day.”
— Kristy Jo Wengert, Founder, Body Buddies
“Words can't express what Jodi did for our organization. She touched each person in the room and made all our employees want to go out and make a difference in the world!”
— Wendi Snell, Director, Aspire Home Health