Keith C. Kerber
Keith's fundraising career may have begun when he provided Mothers’ Day telephone singing telegrams for mothers of fellow UCLA undergrads making a donation to a student internship program. Later, while completing theological studies at Princeton Theological Seminary, he convinced renowned Biblical scholars to give dinners and fly fishing trips for a charity auction.
While serving as a Presbyterian minister for six years, he raised funds by flipping pancakes for Fat Tuesday suppers and via the “pray and pass the plate” method. As a father of three, he has coached kids on selling Girl Scout cookies, baked for bake sales, and much more. He began his professional fundraising career by managing annual giving at Thunderbird School of Global Management. His innovative and fun nature even led to creating a music video about phone-a-thons.
Keith does take the profession seriously and serves on the local board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He is excited to assist donors in developing and accomplishing their philanthropic goals in order to impact our community through St. Joseph’s and Barrow initiatives.