Jarrett Stull, the May 12 Belpre Rotary Club speaker, is Memorial Health Foundation’s Executive Director, leading MHF’s fundraising team and philanthropic strategy. Stull directs MHF’s annual, major, and planned giving programs, and cultivates support from grateful patients, corporations, foundations, and other loyal benefactors who share MHF goals dedicated to building a healthier community.
Stull explained the foundation provides funding for programs and equipment to enhance the services provided by Memorial Health System. 2021 is the 40th Anniversary of the foundation, and saw the opening of Strecker Cancer Center on the Belpre campus. He described Strecker as a $50 million facility covering 80,000 square feet, offering the latest technology in the field, including a cyberknife, one of a few such surgical tools available in the area.
Jarrett joined MHF and Memorial Health System in October 2020. With more than two decades of fundraising experience, he had most recently served as associate vice president for philanthropy at Guilford College and as executive director of major and planned giving at Marietta College.
The meeting featured the induction of new members Tammy Belcher of 1st Mutual Bank and Susie Warman of Memorial Health Foundation by Membership Chairman Ray Pyles. The club is celebrating its 25th anniversary of service to the community this year.