Bram­ble rec­og­nized by Na­tional 4-H Coun­cil with top honor

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CHEVY CHASE — The Na­tional 4-H Coun­cil has rec­og­nized Jill Bram­ble, se­nior vice pres­i­dent and chief devel­op­ment of­fi­cer for the or­ga­ni­za­tion and a Chester­town na­tive, with the Dis­tin­guished 4-H Alumni Medal­lion for her lead­er­ship and com­mit­ment to em­pow­er­ing young leaders.

Bram­ble joins a group of Dis­tin­guished 4-H Alumni Medal­lion re­cip­i­ents in­clud­ing coun­try star Jen­nifer Net- tles; ac­tress and pro­ducer Aubrey Plaza; and TO­DAY show anchor Craig Melvin. The honor is pre­sented an­nu­ally to top 4-H alumni from across the coun­try for their ded­i­ca­tion to youth devel­op­ment as well as per­sonal achieve­ments, a news re­lease states.

A col­lab­o­ra­tor and strate­gic thinker at Na­tional 4-H Coun­cil, Bram­ble leads a team of devel­op­ment pro­fes­sion­als man­ag­ing a port­fo­lio of strate­gic-level cor­po­rate spon­sor­ships rais­ing more than $25 mil­lion in pro­gram­matic fund­ing to sup­port the 4-H move­ment, the re­lease states.

Dur­ing her ten­ure at the coun­cil, she mo­bi­lized more than $100 mil­lion in sus­tain­able fundrais­ing rev­enue, con­tribut­ing to high qual­ity youth devel­op­ment pro­grams that en­able young leaders to help solve the world’s most ur­gent is­sues, the re­lease con­tin­ues.

“I’m hon­ored to re­ceive this recog­ni­tion. From my be­gin­nings as a 4-H mem­ber in Chester­town and con­tin­ued work with the or­ga­ni­za­tion, I’ve ex­pe­ri­enced first­hand the power of young peo­ple to be­come leaders and change their com­mu­ni­ties”, said Bram­ble. “4-H built im­por­tant foun­da­tions that shaped who I am to­day and I’m thrilled for the op­por­tu­nity to pay it for­ward.”

Ear­lier in her ca­reer, Bram­ble led fund devel­op­ment strat­egy and ex­e­cu­tion at highly im­pact­ful con­sult­ing firms and top tier causes. Bram­ble re­ceived a Bach­e­lor of Sci­ence in ki­ne­si­ol­ogy from the Univer­sity of Colorado and a Mas­ter of Sci­ence in non­profit ad­min­is­tra­tion from the Univer­sity of Mary­land.


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