Angela Y. Getter
Angela Y. Getter currently serves as the Executive Director of Development at Life University the largest chiropractic and health sciences university in the world. She is an accomplished development professional with extensive experience in fund development, strategic communications, and organizational development. Her career includes a diverse mix of capital campaign, major gift and development work in higher education and non-profit organizations. This includes executive leadership at several historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), including Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University, Albany State University, Edward Waters University, Mississippi Valley State University, Jackson State University,
and others. She has been instrumental in raising more than $250 million during her career. Ms. Getter served as Managing Director of the historic Kresge & Southern Education Foundation HBCU Initiative, an $18 million project that helped to build sustainability for HBCUs development infrastructures. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Ms. Getter holds a B.A. in Organizational Leadership from Morris Brown College. She is a member of the African American Development Officers (AADO), Women of Color in Philanthropy (WCP), Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and the Association for Fundraising Professionals (AFP). She received certification (CFRM) from The Lilly School of Philanthropy at Indiana University and completed the Post-Graduate Certification Program in Fundraising at Dartmouth College. Ms. Getter currently serves as a Board Member for the National Council of Negro Women (Jackson Chapter), Young Gifted and Empowered, and Mission Mississippi. A past board member of Hosea Helps and the Future Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia, Ms. Getter currently serves on the Cobb Chamber of Commerce Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee.