Jim Minow brings more than 30 years of nonprofit experience in executive management and fundraising to Cure JM Foundation. He served as the Chief Development Officer at the Foundation Fighting Blindness from 2005 to 2014, where he created and implemented programs that doubled annual revenues to $35 million. This funding has supported clinical trials that actually restored vision to the blind.
Before joining the Foundation Fighting Blindness, Jim held leadership roles at nonprofits across the country, working closely with patient, physician, and research communities to rapidly expand research programs, leading to better treatments and cures.
In all of Jim’s leadership roles, he has created and spearheaded many annual giving programs, events, major gifts, and planned giving programs that have led to each organization’s ongoing success.
He has worked closely with patient, physician, and research communities to rapidly expand research programs, leading to better treatments and cures.
Jim is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara and now resides in Olney, MD. He has two grown children, Brandon and Carson. Jim’s personal interests include historic preservation, including the restoration of his 1876 home. An aviation enthusiast, Jim owns and flies a Beechcraft Bonanza whenever he can find the time.
Jim looks forward to strengthening the juvenile myositis research program, to find better treatment options and ultimately a cure.